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Packard Bell initially releases two all-in-one computes with Touch Screen under the oneTwo line.


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Have you ever thought of a LCD monitor that not only serves as display screen, but also incorporates all the devices which are traditionally packed in CPU casing? If your answer is no, then you should note that Packard Bell, a subsidiary of Taiwan-based laptop maker Acer, is going to release a PC which is nothing but an all-in-one monitor. This monitor packs everything including motherboard, Ram, hard drive, graphics and others, and thus, saving a considerable amount of space.

Packard Bell initially releases two all-in-one computes under the oneTwo line. oneTwo L comes with a 23-inch display at 1600 x 900 and features Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 processor and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4670 graphics. Naturally, you can expect a high quality performance from oneTwo L, given its powerful processor and high quality graphics. Other features coming with this PC include DVB TV tuner, E-SATA and optional Blu-ray drive. oneTwo L will cost you $1,452.

Now come to the cheaper version oneTwo M which boasts of a 20-inch screen at a resolution of 1920 x 1080. Powered by Intel Core 2 Duo T6600, this PC also uses ATI Mobility Radeon HD series 4500 graphics. This laptop is priced at $872.

Both the computers feature 8GB of memory and roll on Windows 7 operating system. Most important thing is that both PCs features touch screen displays that can identify multi-touch finger gesture. Packard Bell will start shipping the two all-in-one computers from 22 October.

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