Last year Dell tried to get into the budget gaming segment with their Inspiron gaming laptop. Though it’s a known fact that Dell is mostly famous for providing high end gaming laptops with their Alienware brand. But this year Dell is following an entirely different strategy. The company is now getting into offering budget gaming PC’s. Where Dell announced its new affordable Inspiron Gaming Desktop. That will go at a starting price of just $600.

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At the $600 starting price, users would be getting an AMD A10 processor. That will be coupled with 8GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. While an AMD Radeon RX 560 will be there as a dedicated GPU. Consider the entry level model of the Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop as a means to getting into esports gaming.

Being a PC the Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop can also be upgraded with the latest specs. Where users can go as high as choosing the new AMD Ryzen 7 processor. That can be coupled with up to 32GB of RAM and SSD storage. Aside from that users can also go with a GTX 1060 as a dedicated GPU.

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Dell didn’t share a lot of details regarding their upcoming Inspiron Gaming Desktop. But all of these options won’t be available upon its launch. Though Dell did mention that their upcoming Inspiron Gaming PC can go as high as $2000. Which in the end does not make it much of an affordable option after all.

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The Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop is not that affordable if you consider building a PC on your own. But for those of you who do not want to deal with the hassle of building their PC themselves. The upcoming Dell Inspiron Gaming Desktop might be a great option at varying price points.

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What do you think about Dell decision to enter the gaming PC market, aside from their Alienware lineup.