From DailyTech: Desk space is at a premium in many offices and at home leading some consumers to look for smaller computers that also need less power, saving money on electricity bills. One of the more compact desktop systems is the all-in-one machine popularized by Apple with its iMac.
Back in March, Dell launched a new all-in-one in Japan called the Studio 19. The machine sported the expected 19-inch screen that crammed all of the goodies needed in a PC inside the monitor. The Studio 19 has finally landed stateside and the low-end version of the machine starts at $699.
For your $700 you get Vista Home Basic, an Intel Pentium E5200 dual-core CPU, 18.5-inch screen, slot-loading DVD player and burner, 2GB of RAM, 320GB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce 9200 graphics and a few other niceties.
If you want a decked out Studio 19, it will start at $994 and use an Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 CPU at 2.33GHz, Vista Home Premium 64-bit, 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce 9400 graphics and all the other stuff the base machine offers. You can up the storage to 750GB for an additional $80, toss in a Blu-ray drive for another $150, and step up to Wireless 802.11n networking for $40 more.
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