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Dell sets date for Vostro all-in-one UK debut

iMac-like biz machine for cramped office desks

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Dell brings its new iMac-alike business desktop, the Vostro All In One, to the UK next month, the PC giant said this week.

Dell Vostro All In One

Dell's Vostro All In One: a laptop without the hinge and battery?

Said to be the firm's first all-in-one desktop computer designed exclusively for small businesses, the Vostro may have a wider appeal thanks to a relatively nagware-free software pre-install compared to Dell's more consumer-oriented offerings.

Dell Vostro All In One

AIO for SMEs

The AIO will come with a choice of Intel Core 2 Duo processors and a range of memory, storage and graphics options. You can elect to have Wi-Fi integrated too - an easy fit since the AIO's not-so-slimline casing undoubtedly contains laptop parts.

Dell Vostro All In One

Too shiny for serious businesses?

There's an optional Vesa mount too, for fixing the AIO above your desk.

Dell Vostro All In One

The desk-edge mount is optional

The Vostro All In One goes on sale in the US on 11 August, and Brits must wait until 23 August to buy one. In the US, prices start at $629 (£384/€448). Dell hasn't specified the UK price yet. ®

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