Dell Vostro All In One: a nice design in computers for cheap price (for businesses)
19 Jul 2009 - By Omar Yesid Mariño+
Dell (the American multinational company that makes, markets, and sells personal computers, servers, network switches, computer softwares, peripherals and other products related to the technology industry) has announced its new product “Dell Vostro All In One”, which is a computer targeted to small-and-medium businesses.
Specifically, it is a new all-in-one desktop computer that extends the Dell Vostro line (actually, it is the first all-in-one computer in this line). For those who doesn’t understand the term all-in-one computer, it refers to a computer that has its case integrated into the monitor. So, you only has one box (not including peripherals, of course). In the case of the Dell Vostro All In One, a 19-inch monitor is the object that stores all the internal boards and devices.
Dell Vostro All In One has a nice design and comes in black. As mentioned before, it is targeted to the business market (or maybe for some self-employed professionals). Its features are not bad at all if it is intended to be used in environments of an average office.
The 19-inch screen of this all-in-one computer is simple but beautiful and has a resolution of up to 1440 x 900 pixels. Other internal features include a 2.6GHz Intel Pentium dual-core processor (although the included mother board also supports Intel Core 2 Duo processor), 2GB RAM, 160GB hard disk drive, and integrated Intel GMA X4500 graphic chipset.
The Vostro all-in-one is priced starting at US$629. In USA, this computer will be available for ordering beginning August 11.
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