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.
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.
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.
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.
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:15 am CDT
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