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Friday, 17 July 2009 13:06

Dell rolls out Vostro all-in-one

Written by Fudzilla staff


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Looks nice, too


Dell has
unveiled a Vostro series all-in-one aimed at small businesses, and it looks surprisingly nice.

We still don't know what's under the bonnet, but business customers aren't after performance anyway. It's a 19-inch unit, and it comes with all the ports business users could need, including prehistoric serial and parallel ports.

Connectivity shouldn't be an issue either, and we're expecting it to be based on Core 2 Duo processors.

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We like the design, it looks pretty classy for a business machine, and hopefully Dell will offer a lot of customization options at acceptable prices. We can only hope Dell will eventually come up with an all-in-one aimed at civilians, with more features aimed at average consumers, i.e. webcam, HDMI etc.

Apparently, it's already available in Asia, but EU and US businesses will have to wait till August to get one
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