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Dell unveils Studio One 19 all-in-one PC

Fashion conscious PC for the living room

Dell has unveiled the Studio One 19 - an all-in-one PC, which is says is ideal for fashion-conscious techn fans who plan to put their PC on display in their lounge or kitchen.

The chasis combines aluminium, glass and fabric to create a striking look, and is available in a number of colours including white, navy blue and charcoal. The single power cord also ensures the sleek look of your living room or kitchen won't be spoiled by a jumble of cables.

"The new Studio One 19 is as nice to look at as it is functional," said Alex Gruzen, senior vice president of Dell's Consumer products.

"More and more people are making the kitchen the centre of their entertainment and computing experience and the Studio One 19 is the ideal system for that need. The Studio One 19 is about lifestyle and design and is very affordable for the family."

Running an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, the Studio One 19 offers a 19in touch-sensitive screen as well as a choice of nVidia GeForce 9200 or GeForce 9400 integrated graphics, 4GB of RAM and a hard disk drive up to 640GB.

Users can also customise the all-in-one PC with optional extras such as integrated Wi-Fi and bluetooth connectivity, as well as a webcam and facial recognition for improved security.

Available in the UK from April 27, the Dell Stduio One 19 will be priced from £579.

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