Toshiba has launched its first all in one PC, an unusual move for the company more readily associated with laptop computers. Laptop tech is becoming increasingly common in domestic PCs and it seems that Toshiba couldn't pass this opportunity by any longer. Toshiba DX1215 Described as an all-purpose entertainment hub, the …
Ohh Dear...another copycat :-(
Chitto, Chitto....HAHAHA Looks good. However, take the nasty windoze out this standing glorified TV and throw some good linux and then we can talk. Meanwhile, I will keep my Mac Book Pro! enough said and I rest my case!
I know what you mean! Two in one week.....MSI must be fuming!
I love the copy cat syndrome. News alert, everybody copies from each other. Unless Apple's recently announced 'iCloud' is a first? Face Time ? iChat? ...
Apple doesn't have touch capability on OSX, when it's introduced in Lion, I trust you'll be scoffing that they are also copying?
Written from my MacBook Pro. I bought into the laptop, not the church. :p
Looks like an iMac
Why does it look like an iMac?
That'll be comfortable to use for at least 3 minutes.
It'll also be interesting to see whether they've made the same mistake that Sony did with their all-in-ones, and specified a MB which can't take enough RAM. On the Sony ones you bought the machine with 512MB and it could handle a maximum of 1GB, which meant that it was slow in 2006 and awful by the time XP SP3 came out.
Also - 4 USB? That'll be one for the replacement keyboard and mouse for when the manufacturer's one packs in, one for the printer/scanner combo, one for the backup hard drive, one for the ipod/phone, one for the memory stick, one for the....oh wait.
Lousy Intel Graphics
Save your money and wait for a Llano based system that will be a much better all rounder.
The Equium 2000 was one too
Looks like plasticky crap.
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