Earlier this week, we were blown away by how stylish eMachine
all-in-one PC was. Clearly, the engineers at Dell
aren't taking the
competition lightly, as the company's newest Vostro
is just as much a
looker. The new all-in-one desktop is actually aimed at small business
owners, but we could totally see this fitting into pretty much any home
Dell claims that this machine can morph from "box to business in less
than four minutes," and with the optional VESA mount, you can just
clamp this onto a desk or wall in order to save lots of desk space. As
for specs, you'll find a selection of Intel Core 2 Duo processors,
optional integrated Wi-Fi, a wireless mouse and keyboard, an integrated
webcam, Gigabit Ethernet, and a video conferencing solution to boot.
Granted, we have all ideas that this machine would look a lot less
spectacular on a plain ole stand, but there's never been a better time
to snap up that translucent desk you've been eying over at Ikea.
The 19" panel is joined by 2GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, a built-in
kickstand and Windows Vista. It's expected to land first (as in, today)
over in Asia, while North American consumers must wait until August
11th to buy in. Prices will start at $629, but you know you'll end up spending more on those must-have upgrades.