Dell Vostro 320 All-in-One

Always admired an Apple iMac but never got the guts to give up oodles of cash for one? Fret no further. The affordable Dell Vostro 320 All-in-One is here.

The Vostro 320 is solidly built albeit a little plasticky. There's an attempt to be as design-savvy as the iMac, but with no aluminum and glass to back it up, it looks significantly more drab. This cost-cutting measure is also apparent in the mouse and keyboard set that ships with the unit. Both accessories look nowhere out of the ordinary and are made unique only by the "Dell" branding.

On the inside, the Vostro 320's components also reflect the computer's mantra. The basic of the most basic components have been used such as an Intel Celeron processor, 2GB of DDR2 RAM, a 160GB hard drive, and the pièce de résistance, Windows Vista Home Edition Basic. If the specs were any lower, we'd think that it was 2005 all over again.

Fortunately, the barebones feature set works quite well. Zippy even. For the most basic of functions such as Web surfing, word processing, and even minor Photoshop-ping, the Vostro 320 should tide you over with no problems whatsoever. If you're looking to do something more advanced like edit videos, however, well, we'd have to remind you again that this ain't no iMac.

At P34,950, the Vostro 320 is definitely one of the cheaper All-in-Ones available. What's more surprising, though, is that it's made by a company that rarely dabbles in the affairs of the low end of the PC market. If you've always wanted a (somewhat) sexy Dell in your bedroom, here's your chance.

Click here to see the Dell Vostro 320 All-in-One in the Buyer's Guide.


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  • Decent, zippy performance
  • Inexpensive
  • Hassle-free setup
  • Plasticky build
  • No disc burner
  • Generic-looking keyboard and mouse
Bottom Line
  • Perfect for condo dwellers on a budget
Editor's Pick No
Price P34,950
Tech Specs
  • Processor
    • Type: Intel Celeron 440
    • Speed: 2.0GHz
  • Chipset: Intel G41 + ICH7
  • Memory (RAM)
    • Type: DDR2 800MHz
    • Capacity: 2GB
  • Storage
    • Type: 3.5-inch HDD 7200RPM
    • Capacity: 160GB
  • Video Card: Integrated Intel® video GMA4500 HD
  • Sound Card
  • Optical Drive: DVD-ROM Slim Tray
  • Screen
    • Size: 17 inches
    • Resolution: 1440 x 900 pixels (WSXGA)
  • Connectivity
    • Modem: n/a
    • LAN: 10/100/ 1000 gigabit Ethernet
    • Wi-Fi: n/a
    • Bluetooth: n/a
    • DLNA: n/a
  • Ports
    • USB: 6
    • Firewire: n/a
    • VGA: n/a
    • DVI: n/a
    • HDMI: n/a
    • Card Reader: 8-in-1
    • Expansion Port: n/a
    • S/PDIF: n/a
    • Mic: 1
    • Headphone: 1
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic 32-bit
  • Power Consumption: 130 Watts
  • Size: 386.39 x 477.39 x 103.98mm 
  • Weight: from 6.5kg to 8kg

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  1. JCC: Does it play HD videos well?
    November 18, 2020 at 11:01 am

  2. t3chieboi: Yes it does. But avoid running other programs in the background to be safe
    November 18, 2020 at 12:25 pm

  3. Magny-Cour: the specs are not that good... buy laptop instead of this product because around P34,950 you can buy laptops with higher specs than this and much portable than this "Dell Vostro 320 All-in-One"
    November 22, 2020 at 10:47 pm

  4. t3chieboi: It's a matter of choice really, but you're right. P34,950 will buy you a good laptop.
    November 23, 2020 at 8:53 am

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