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Toshiba brings 23-inch DX735 all-in-one PC to US

updated 12:55 pm EDT, Tue September 27, 2011

All-in-one PC has 23in. touchscreen, Core i5/i7

Toshiba announced it will bring the DX735 All-in-One desktop computer to the US market. Like its smaller sibling the DX1215, the DX735 is intended for use as a media hub. The DX735 is built around a 23-inch backlit LED touchscreen capable of displaying full 1080p HD. A glossy black bezel frames the display. Onkyo speakers tuned by MaxxAudio 3 provide premium sound.

The DX735 also includes an upconverting DVD SuperMulti Drive, HDMI-in for gaming console or other HD input, two USB 3.0 ports and four USB 2.0 ports. One USB 3.0 port has a "Sleep & Charge" function that can charge a device even when the PC is turned off. Similarly, the "Sleep & Music" function lets the speakers operate.

A TV tuner configuration will be available.

A futuristic aluminum pedestal stand doubles as storage for its Bluetooth keyboard and mouse. Inside, the DK730 has a second generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processor, 4G RAM, and 1TB, 7200rpm HDD. It ships with Windows® 7 Home Premium.

The Toshiba DX735 will be available exclusively at Best Buy stores nationwide and at BestBuy.com on October 2. Retail price starts at $957 for the base model.







by MacNN Staff

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  1. Blairmc

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    A touch screen!?

    Does it come with bells and whistles?

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