This all-in-one PC has a slim body that’s less than 1-inch thick, and sports a bright 20″ 1600×900 display with an HDMI input. Grab the “T” models if you want an optical multi-touch display.
Lenovo ditches the business suit with its stealthy IdeaCentre B500; it’s a 23″ gaming-oriented all-in-one with a Core 2 Quad CPU, GeForce GTS 250M, 4GB RAM and 1TB HDD.
With larger 21.5″ and 27″ 16:9 LED IPS displays, a tapered base and edge-to-edge glass, Apple’s iMac gets more than new looks: it tops out with a quad-core Core i5 CPU (but no Blu-ray).
HP’s Touchsmart updates its all-in-one line with the 20″ 300z and 23″ 600t; both will get Windows 7, HDMI-in, an updated multitouch UI, HD tuning, a tilting webcam and LED underlighting.
The Vaio L is Sony’s new flagship all-in-one: it maxes out with a 24″ multi-touch screen, 2.66 GHz Core 2 Quad CPU, 6 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, HDMI input, Blu-ray, and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi.
Averatec’s D1200 all-in-one PC is literally a giant value–you’ll get a 25.5″ LCD, 2.5GHz Core 2 Duo, 320GB HDD, 4GB RAM, 1080p TV tuner, 2MP webcam and 802.11n for only $999.
It’s by no means a powerhouse, but it’s tough to beat the Lenovo IdeaCentre 300’s $450 price; essentially an all-in-one netbook, you’ll get a 20″ display, Atom 230 CPU, and 2GB RAM.
Hang it on a wall, carry it around with its handle or prop it up like other all-in-one PCs: the Shuttle X50’s chief strength is its versatility, aided by a 15.6″ touchscreen and 36mm thickness.
Coming to the US later this spring, the Dell Studio One 19 is an all-in-one with an 18.5″ multi-touch display; it’ll top out with a Blu-ray drive, GeForce 9400, 4GB RAM and Core 2 Quad CPU.
A concession towards bargain hunters, the 24″ iMac now starts at $1,499, although the 20″ can be had for $1,199; all iMacs get NVIDIA graphics, from the GT 130 down to the 9400M.
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