Dell releases all-in-one Studio desktops

Apple's iMac design comes to a big name PC vendor
  • (Techworld Australia)
  • — 13 March, 2009 14:58
The Dell Studio One 19

The Dell Studio One 19

Dell has announced its Studio One 19 all-in-one desktop computer with a 19-inch screen and optional multi-touch capability.

Sporting an uncanny resemblance to the iMac, the Studio One features and Intel dual-core (or quad core option), nVidia GeForce graphics, up to 4Gb of memory, 750Gb hard disk, a slot-load optical drive, multi card reader, six USB ports, and optional integrated wireless, Web camera and Blu-ray disc support.

Dell is also releasing optional software that works with multi-touch configurations which can be used for photo editing, slideshow creation, playlist compilation, notes, and Web browsing.

Other applications are You Paint finger painting software, video recording and YouTube uploads, Flickr integration and a multi-touch percussion center for music creation.

The Studio One 19 is made with aluminum, glass and fabric and available colours are white and charcoal.

It will be available in Australia and New Zealand from mid-May. Pricing is yet to be announced.

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Rodney Gedda

Techworld Australia
Topics: Dell
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