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All-in-one PCs don't typically come with the super-charged components you'd find in similarly priced desktops, so they won't be to everyone's taste, but their lack of a separate tower makes them a great choice for areas where space is more of an issue. The Toshiba DX730 offers a Full HD 23-inch screen and a Blu-ray drive, making it instantly appealing to film fans. The top of the line model we tested is running on an Intel Core i5 processor and 6GB of RAM, for which you'll be required to shell out around £850, although less powerful versions are available. Many all-in-ones come out of their packaging looking very much like a standard PC monitor that you wouldn't dream of putting pride of place in your living room. The DX730, though, is more reminiscent of a real TV. Not a beautiful TV like some of LG's new models, admittedly -- more like a cheap TV from the early 2000s. You probably won't want to make a big song and dance about it whenever anyone comes round, but you won't feel you have to hide it away in a dusty old study either. The surround is entirely black plastic -- pretty much par for the course -- but the three-point base looks sleek enough to be considered attractive. It might not be as slim as this year's best TVs, but it's pretty impressive that there's a PC in there too.
By SlashGear, published 09-06-2011
Toshiba has a new AIO computer that will take up little space on the desk and looks really cool too. The company is called the Qosmio DX730 and it has a 23-inch screen and is styled to look similar to the REGZA line of HDTVs. The DX730 has a touchscreen as well. The screen offers [...]