Dell‘s got a new all in one, the Dell Studio One 19 PC, and this slick, touchscreen computer is aiming for the same market as the new Eee Top range, not to mention Apple’s new iMac. Read on to find out which one you’ll want on your desktop.
Dell’s definitely got it in for Asus and Apple: first of all there was the Dell Studio Hybrid that was gunning for the Eee Box and Mac Mini, and now it’s launched the multitouch Dell Studio One 19 PC, an all in one aimed squarely at the iMac and Eee Top market for multimedia PCs.
Except this PC is touchscreen, appealing to anyone who likes their screens with extra smudge. Unlike the Eee range though, the Dell Studio One 19 PC has a hefty dose of styling. It’s very nearly pretty, and in places comes close to the stylish lines of the Dell Adamo too.
Inside the 18.5 inch Dell Studio One 19 PC you’ve got up to 4 gigs of memory, a quad core processor, 750GB hard drive, an Nvidia GeForce 9400 graphics card and a Blu-ray player, so it’s got the potential to handle HD much better than the new Eee Top series.
Bad news though: Dell’s only releasing the Dell Studio One 19 PC in Japan, which is more than a little disappointing, as the ¥149,800 starting price tag (£1,140) sounds like a bargain. We’ll let you know if the Dell Studio One 19 PC gets a European release, but in the meantime, we’ll just have to make do with the Dell XPS One 24 instead. Oh well.