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Dell's Studio One Touchscreen All-In-One PC Reviewed

a sleek competitor with admirable specs

| Computer Systems News | Posted: Oct 21, 2009 3:38 pm

The folks at PC Perspective were fortunate enough to get their mits on Dell's new Windows 7 based "Studio One" all-in-one PC and took both video and plenty of pics of the unit in action.

 

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This all-in-one PC is designed in to be nearly completely wireless (power still required) and integrates an optical touchscreen interface for a unique interactive experience. I put together a short video review of the unit included below that looks at the Dell Studio One design, the touchscreen technology and how it works with Windows 7 today, general purpose computing on the machine and more.

 

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A summary of the specs include the use of an Intel Pentium E5200 dual-core processor (2.5GHz) running on NVIDIA's ION chipset (GeForce 9400M), 3GB of memory, a 320Gb 2.5-inch HDD, DVD+RW slot loading drive, four USB ports, Gigabit Ethernet and built in webcam.

 

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All in all, this unit appears to have some pretty nice features with its optical touchscreen interface and it looks pretty sleek, too. Definitely a unit like this is ideal in say a kitchen area or some such.

 

Check out the full review via the source below.

 

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