Samsung has put a price on its U250 and U200 all-in-one PCs. The larger 23in touchscreen model will cost £899 including VAT and will run Windows 7 Home Premium. It will have a screen resolution of 1920x1080-pixels.
The Samsung U200 all-in-one PC, meanwhile, will have a 20in touchscreen with a 1600x900-pixel display and will cost £699 including VAT. Samsung will start selling both models sometime in May.
Aside from their differences in screen size, the two Samsung Windows 7 Home Premium machines are mainly distinguished by design.
The U250 is a fairly conventional-looking model with squared-off bevels and wireless peripherals. The U200, however, doesn't have a stand in the traditional sense. Instead it has a kickstand that folds away when not in use, allowing it to be hung on a wall if desired.
What intrigues us, however, is the fact the U200 has wired peripherals, making for a potentially odd arrangement should you elect to wall-mount it.
Both all-in-one PCs have 4GB of RAM, come with 500GB hard disks and a Super Multi Dual Layer DVD drive. The U250 has a 2.2GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 processor while its sibling is powered by a 2.2GHz Intel Pentium Dual Core T4400.
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