The all-in-one Studio features a 19-inch LCD display with 1366 x 768 resolution and optional multi-touch capabilities. The system also flaunts a stylish aluminum, glass and fabric design and comes in an array of colors, including white, red, blue, pink and charcoal.
They come outfitted with Intel processors ranging from the Celeron 450 to the beefy Core 2 Quad 8200, and a choice of either Nvidia GeForce 9200 or GeForce 9400 integrated graphics. The system also features 1 GB to 4 GB of dual-channel memory, 160 GB to 750 GB of hard drive storage, 2.1-channel audio output, a 7-in-1 media card reader and a choice of either a slot-load DVD burner or a read-only Blu-ray combo drive. Helping to keep the price down, optional features include integrated 802.11b/g/n WiFi, a 1.3-megapixel web camera, a microphone and facial recognition security.
As far as we’re concerned it’s a sleek looking machine with decent specs to boot but we’d like to see a 24-inch version at a higher price point with a dedicated GPU. Check out it out on Dell's website.
The optional wireless keyboard and mouse are nice, but they aren't blue-tooth. What do you do a year from now when your dell keyboard dies past warranty?
you stop being a cheap-a$$ and get a new one
(Then I got smart and started to build my own computers.)
I gave up on dell a long time ago...long, long time ago. Enjoy!
Me too. Wish I wasn't so dang cheap.
Why bother? All-in-one aren't, and probably shouldn't, be geared towards any kind of gaming. I would recommend something like this to my wife/in-laws/grandparents/or kid, on the off chance that I didn't feel like building one for them.
I agree. No hard gaming on this one...Price point for me really isn't quite worth it either. Sorry Dell ^_^