With many other happenings at the Computex 2017, Luke Hill and Leo Waldock have come up with a very healthy discussion on the new releases. The Dell Ryzen XPS All-In-One and Intel X299 in Mini-ITX by ASRock both came as a breathtaking surprise.

Dell XPS AIO

 

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Starting off with the Dell XPS, it is basically an all-new 27-inch All-In-One PC with the following notable specs:

  • AMD Ryzen 7 1700 paired with RX 580 GPU
  • 32GB of DDR4 memory
  • 256GB SSD and 1TB of bulk storage

The pure AMD experience is a must have if you are planning to get one. Though Apple’s upcoming iMac featuring an 18 core processor, 4TB SSD with AMD Vega graphics is also a very fine option which may dominate over the earlier one, unfortunately, the iMac is not coming this year at least. So if you can wait till 2018 and have the love for Apple, iMac can be the best option. If not, get your hands on this one.

ASRock X299E-ITX

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The X299 is a popular platform when it comes to some of the best performances. As seen recently, the board has been a part of many new world records. The ASRock X299E-ITX/ac motherboard is a high-end X299 motherboard and is quite similar to the X99E-ITX/ac when it comes to powerful performances.

So to wrap up the discussion, the two new gadgets are to die for if you are a true tech geek.

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