Packard Bell still makes PCs. Shocker, right? Not so much in some regions, and those very regions will soon be able to snag the company's slimmest ever all-in-one PC. It's the revamped PC oneTwo, an oddly-titled machine that'll ship in November with a 65% slimmer body than the prior edition. The new PB oneTwo is a cinema, digital TV, sound system, photo gallery, meeting point, monitor, DVD player/recorder (including Blu-Ray playback) and more, in just one, super-sleek design.
he PB oneTwo is the new interactive hub for the home and the window to your digital world - a place to have fun, play games, listen to music, watch TV, share experiences, video chat and so much more. 2nd Generation Intel Core processor supplies all the power you need for fast, seamless performance. Stunning graphics from NVIDIA, AMD or Intel support the amazing Full HD 16:9 display (1920x1080 resolution); 5.1 Creative THX TruStudio PC with two 2.5 W speakers immerse you in the surround sound experience.
Available in 21.5” or 23”, the PB oneTwo offers intuitive touch capability. The PB oneTwo offers an array of cool touchscreen widgets that make the oneTwo experience come alive. Just one touch, and you can connect with friends on Facebook or Flickr, view YouTube, tweet on Tweeter, share photos, head to your favourite web pages and so much more. You can even handwrite a memo on-screen, set an alarm, or create a slideshow with your own personalised soundtrack.
The PB oneTwo M (21.5”) and PB oneTwo L (23”) will be available in November for respective ESPs of £599 inc and £699.