Mar 12, 2009

Dell's All-In-One Studio One 19, With Optional Multi-touch Technology Released in Japan

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Via BusinessWire
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Photo via Rafe Needleman/CNET


Dell's Studio One 19 All-in-One System Fits Anywhere in the Home
(BusinessWire)

Here are the specs from the press release:

  • Easy multi-touch photo editing, slideshow creation, playlist compilation, notes, and even web browsing.
  • Unleash creativity with You Paint finger painting software.
  • Record videos and upload directly to YouTube with the touch of a finger.
  • Flick to Flickr – Upload photos to Flickr to share with family and friends.
  • Create a musical masterpiece with the multi-touch percussion center.

†Software is optional and works with multi-touch configurations only.

Power & performance:

  • Intel® Celeron, Dual Core Celeron, Pentium Dual Core, Core 2 Duo, and Core 2 Quad Core Processor options
  • Choice of nVidia GeForce 9200 or GeForce 9400 integrated graphics[i]
  • Up to 4GB[ii] dual channel memory
  • Up to 750GB[iii] HDD
  • Slot load Optical drive
  • 7-in-1 media card reader, six USB ports
  • Optional integrated wireless, web camera, Blu-ray Disc™
  • Optional multi-touch capability
  • Optional facial recognition security (with webcam)

According to Warner Crocker, from Gottabemobile, the Studio One All-in-One will be available in the U.S. later this spring, with a starting price for the non multi-touch version around $700.00.

I'll post more information about this soon!

Update

Here are a few more pics of the Studio One, via Darren Gladstone, PC World:

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Multi-touch Drum Application on the Dell Studio One 19

Extensive PC World Review:

Dell Studio One 19: All-in-One Stunner Takes Japan

Update:

After I wrote this post, I received a comment from Nicolas (see below). If you are interested in this sort of interaction, take a look at lm3lab's touchless interaction. No fingerprints!

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