Going back about 15 years ago, it was always a cheaper option to build your own PC, and then upgrade it later down the line when you have more money spare, or newer hardware becomes available. However, the likes of Dell put the brakes on people building desktop computers at home because of their upgrade options, and competitive pricing.
The desktop PC is a dying bread because sales have fallen so much as new products, such as tablets and 2-in-1 laptops get so much better. However, there are still a great deal of you out there that feel the need for a computer in the home, as they do have their benefits. Take the Dell Inspiron Desktop for instance; this is not the most powerful model from Dell, but there are several upgrade options, and we also know there will be a E2414HM Monitor bundle version very soon on the official website.
We understand that the Dell Inspiron Desktop does not need any introduction really, as it is a very popular model, one that has been with us for a few years now, although with a few improvements over the years. It might be compact, but it is still expandable, such as offering you the chance to increase your storage and memory for better performance.
The standard Dell Inspiron Desktop specs are a 4th-gen Intel Core i5 processor, 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. This model also comes with Windows 10 as standard, Intel HD Graphics, DVD drive, DW 1705 802.11bgn wireless card, Bluetooth 4.0 and various ports.
As for that Dell E2414HM Monitor it comes with brilliant clarity to help capture every detail, 1920 x 1080 resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, 5ms response time, 16:9 widescreen format, preset auto modes, and a lot more.
As for the base price for these two products, they are $599.99 and $219.99, although we have seen signs that a bundle could be sold for as little as $500 on the Dell website soon.