A close look at Dell's new all-in-one

A close look at Dell's new all-in-one

Summary: The Studio One 19 won’t be available in the U.S.

TOPICS: Mobility, Dell, Hardware

The Studio One 19 won’t be available in the U.S. until later this spring--it goes on sale in Japan first on March 23--but you can get a good look at the new design in these photos. Dell already sells an AIO, the XPS One, which has either a 20- or 24-inch LCD, starts at $799 and is clearly designed for a home theater. The new Studio One 19, by contrast, is based on an 18.5-inch display, starts at $699 and would look more at home on a kitchen counter. Like HP's TouchSmart AIO, the Studio One 19 has an optional touchscreen, so you can use multi-touch for Web browsing, managing photos on Flickr, uploading videos to YouTube and other applications. Based on the press release, it also looks like the Studio One 19 will have a good range of configuration options including quad-core processors, up to 4GB of memory, Nvidia GeForce 9200 or 9400 integrated graphics, up to a 750GB hard drive and Blu-ray. It will compete with the Apple iMac, Gateway One, HP TouchSmart IQ500t, Lenovo IdeaCentre A Series and Sony VAIO JS Series.

Photo slideshow: Dell Studio One 19 all-in-one desktop

Topics: Mobility, Dell, Hardware

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    Yes please.
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    If you really are a techie at all, you know what Linux is, whether you like it or not. Which makes you either a non-techie, an astroturfer or a troll. In the latter two cases, a dumb one since you can't spell the word sitting in front of your nose. Microsoft needs to hire a better grade of astroturfers.