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Dell's Studio One 19 gets UK date, price

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Seven days after it officially unveiled the Studio One 19 all-in-one PC to the world, Dell has announced when the machine will arrive in Blighty.

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Dell's Studio One 19 PC: coming to the UK next month

Available from the 27 April, the desktop machine will cost upwards of £579 ($831/€615).

Its chassis is a combination of aluminium, glass and fabric – presumably designed to make the PC appear modern and sleek. You’ll have the option of buying it in several shades, including white, navy blue or “charcoal”.

As previously reported, the Studio One 19 actually has an 18.5in screen, despite the name. Its 16:9 ratio display can, for some extra cash, be upgraded to incorporate touch-sensivity.

A wide selection of Intel processor choices will be available to buyers, including Celeron, Celeron Dual-Core, Pentium Dual-Core, Core 2 Duo and Core 2 Quad. Graphics can be handled by either an Nvidia GeForce 9200 or a GeForce 9400 chip - the choice is yours.

The Studio One 19 will support up 4GB of DDR 2 memory and be fitted with an HDD of up to 750GB capacity. There’s no mention of an SSD option. A slot-loaded optical drive will be included, though. ®

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