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Dell 27" All-in-One PC 10th Gen i7 16GB 256GB SSD + 1TB HD - $1455.70 Delivered @ Dell eBay

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Original Coupon Deal

I believe this deal should be highlighted as there was just a price drop made in the last hour (I've been tracking this listing) making it a deal in my eyes.
Dell Ebay originally had this on sale at $2,099.00 and it has just dropped to $1,819.63 in the last hour.

With the 20% coupon brings this down to $1,455.70 Delivered.
When you consider it is selling for $2789.99 on their website, This is an approximate 48% discount off their RRP.

https://www.dell.com/en-au/shop/dell-desktop-computers/inspi...

The best feature that stands out for me is the dual HDMI sockets.
It has one HDMI input (To allow you to connect say a PS4/Xbox One and use it as a gaming screen when the PC isn't in use)
It also has an external HDMI output should you wish to have a 2nd monitor linked up.

PROCESSOR
10th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-10510U Processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.9 GHz)
OPERATING SYSTEM
Windows 10 Home 64bit English
MEMORY
16GB, 2x8GB, DDR4, 2666MHz
VIDEO CARD
NVIDIA® GeForce® MX110 with 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Memory
HARD DRIVE
256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive (Boot) + 1TB 5400 rpm 2.5" SATA Hard Drive (Storage)
WIRELESS
802.11ac 1x1 WiFi and Bluetooth
SCREEN
27-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare Narrow Border Infinity Non-Touch Display with Wide Viewing Angle
WARRANTY
1Y In-Home Hardware Service

By no means is it the best value for money desktop solution (The Techfast Deals are much better) but if you need a All In One setup and minimal clutter in your workspace/household then this can't be beat.

There are no comparable All In One setups in this price range as they all tend to be hundreds of dollars more for similar size and specs if you look around;
Examples:
https://www.jbhifi.com.au/collections/computers-tablets/desk...
https://www.harveynorman.com.au/computers-tablets/computers/...

If you need extended warranty, Remember to message Dell Ebay via the product page and request it. They will create a separate AD to include your request.
The extended warranty will also be discounted by 20%. But as this expires tonight, Who knows if they will respond in time. Prices are below not including 20% off yet.

2Y Premium Support and Onsite Service [add $190.61]
3Y Premium Support and Onsite Service [add $296.51]
4Y Premium Support and Onsite Service [add $402.41]

Some reviews:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tL2KgdMkqso
https://www.cnet.com/reviews/dell-inspiron-27-7000-all-in-on...
https://www.techlearning.com/reviews/dell-inspiron-27-7790-d...
https://au.pcmag.com/first-looks-1/64910/dell-inspiron-27-70...

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closed Comments

    • 200% agreed, I'd rather have an ugly big box with better specs under the table but the oldies prefer the minimalist approach.
      Considering they only use it for Youtube and general browsing I wasn't one to argue. :)

      I don't think any AIO computers are value for money but they serve some people.

    • N yes, you are right, but it's a good option when you want to save space and reduce the use of cables by having an all in one computer. You are not paying extra for the components but for the comfortability it gives you. It's like buying a game console, it's less powerful than a computer, but you don't have to worry about upgrading it for a long time (and other benefits)

      • Spot on brother. It's definitely convenience/aesthetics for most people who prefer them.
        It's not a bad looker, Almost iMac-esque at a much cheaper price.

        • Personally even for space saving I feel getting a 27" monitor and a NUC or miniPC mounted to the back of it would do just as well and be cheaper. Granted you'll have about 2 more cables but they can be hidden through the monitor arm / stand.

          You can get a much better component for cheaper as well. All you need is to use the vesa mount at the back to pop it on.

  • I have the old xps 27 AIO. Back then it came with a 1440p screen + touch, now only FHD.. That's the only crappy thing about this

    • 1440p would have made it a steal but they probably removed it for cost cutting.
      I'm guessing the demographic for AIO PC's are usually over 50's and not too technically demanding users.

    • Different specs for different product ranges, most people that would buy this wouldn't appreciate (or notice the difference of) a 1440p screen.

  • "27-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare Narrow Border Infinity Non-Touch Display with Wide Viewing Angle"

    This is NOT touch.
    Not only is this not-touch, it's [email protected]".

    Order code refers to this configuration

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    yea this is non touch
    "SCREEN
    27-inch FHD (1920 x 1080) Anti-Glare Narrow Border Infinity Non-Touch Display with Wide Viewing Angle"

  • Also to add into perspective.

    Dell have the same sized AIO but with lower specs for $1399.20 (After 20% discount applied)
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Dell-27-7790-All-in-One-Touch-10...

    • i5 processor instead of i7 processor
    • Single channel 8 GB Ram instead of Dual Channel 16 GB Ram
    • Intergrated Intel® UHD Graphics 620 instead of discreet NVIDIA® GeForce® MX110 with 2GB GDDR5

    For $56.50 more, It's a no brainer to get the one I listed if you're interested.

  • Thank you so much!
    I was looking to get a less spec one at same price. Needed AIO for my kids and this is huge value for me as I have been searching for a while for something within budget

    • Hi Sakinah,

      Which one were you planning on getting?
      I don't recommend the lower spec one as you are only saving $56.50 but lose a lot more performance even if it's just for kids.

      Trust me, You would be crazy to get the lower spec one.

      Recommended - https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/392482517545
      If You need touch screen at the cost of 3 inches in screen size + more expensive at $108.30 more - https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/323992441233

      • Thanks ended up buying the one you posted here. So good value for me

        • Good to hear. Yes I think it's a great deal for an All in One.
          Hopefully delivery is quick, On the Dell site it said this model was in stock for fast delivery 2-3 business days.

          • @ZackyD: Thank hopefully it ships soon.
            Can you tell me how you track price drops? Would come in handy for me on other products I want to buy in the future

  • Decent deal but just some food for thought.

    You can get an similarly specced Intel NUC for about $950-$1000 and a 27in monitor (if we take the dell 27' from 2 days ago thats ~$235) for all up about $1200-1300. That NUC can be mounted onto the back of the Monitor and you'll effectively have an All-in-one that you can upgrade and customise as well.

    This isn't even taking into account that the Ryzen 4000 minipcs are about to hit the market and they have a lot more punch in both computing and onboard graphics for cheaper.

    • still need a webcam, speakers.

      AIO users are really going for the "elegance" of having just one cable.
      its the reason I bought one

    • Must also take into account that this has an extra hdmi out and hdmi in ports so you can run dual monitors as well as a second pc - well I find this handy.

    • I'd still buy this purely for Dell's quality control and ongoing warranty/support.

  • Talking about extended warranties, Does anyone think they are worth it for a desktop that won't be moving around as much as a laptop?
    My parents old HP All in One is from 2013 and still alive.

    • No, you are covered by Australian Consumer Law.

      However, for business use it may be a requirement especially if you must have 24x7 support. In this case, the extended warranty is more of a service level agreement.

      • Thanks mate, I don't mind waiting a few weeks for them to repair a manufacturing fault if under Aus Consumer Law. Rather save my money where I can.

        Do you think a reasonable lifespan for this kind of purchase is 3 years?

        • Choice estimate life expectancy for laptops to be:
          https://www.choice.com.au/shopping/consumer-rights-and-advic...

          • Budget / entry level: 4 years
          • Mid-range: 6 years
          • High-end: 8 years

          I'd consider desktops to have similar (or slightly better) life expectancy. The 7790 All-in-One is at the higher-end (7000 Series, RRP $2,799) so should reasonably last ~8 years. If there's a major fault (eg. motherboard failure) within the first ~5 years, I'd personally make a claim under ACL. If it fails after 5 years, I'd just replace it.

    • Most credit cards provide extra 1 yr warranty so pay with that if you can. I paid with my Citibank so essentially got 2 yrs warranty on this

  • Still hasn’t shipped :(

  • It arrived today for me. AMAZING unit, Just set it up and very fast. :)

  • Mine arrived today. I will set it up on the weekend.