All in one computers, such as the free Dell all in one, are amazing pieces of technology. They combine a monitor and a tower into a very small unit that oftentimes is going to be cheaper than a comparable computer. They have tons of ports and even include an HDMI out so you can hook up your computer to a TV. Also, the free Dell Inspiron One comes with spdif out for those who want to connect their system to a high end speaker setup. Even the most well equipped Dell One free can have its' downfalls, however! With Dell Inspiron One 2305 all-in-one desktop accessories you can truly get an amazing experience out of your computer.
One of the main reasons why people buy these types of computers is for the convenience at the lack of cords. These computers go great on kitchen counters or in other public places where lots of cords would be glaringly obvious. One of the best accessories to keep up with the neatness factor of an all in one is a wireless keyboard and mouse. With these mice and keyboards all you have to have is a tiny transponder that sits in a single USB port. The keyboard and mouse talk to that transponder which talks to your computer. Even better is when an all in one comes equipped with Bluetooth. With Bluetooth you can connect a mouse and keyboard to your computer without any extra additives. The Bluetooth module is found within your computer so you won't have anything sticking out.
Another great accessory for the Dell Inspiron One free is a speaker system. Sure, the speakers on the monitor itself are going to be more than adequate for the average consumer. Due to the fatter size of the monitor the manufacturer can fit more of a speaker system in there which oftentimes can equate to better sound. However, they aren't going to be the best or the loudest. For those audiophiles who really want the best music performance from their system, buying an external speaker set is the only way to go. The Dell One free comes with SPDIF out so you can hook up your computer to high quality digital systems. Even the most basic of speakers systems comes with an auxiliary cable which you can hook up to your computer if you don't know what spdif is.
Another great accessory is an external monitor. Oftentimes all in ones will come with pretty big screen sizes ranging up all the way into the high 20s range. However, cheaper all in ones can come with some pretty small screens. With an external monitor you hook up the HDMI out to the HDMI in of the external monitor and you're set. One of the best ways to do this is to buy the exact same size and resolution screen for your external monitor. You then would have what's known as a dual monitor setup. It's a perfect way to go for the multitasker.