Toshiba debuts DX1215 touch-enabled All-in-One PC with Onkyo stereo speakers

Toshiba today introduced a 21.5-inch touch-enabled All-in-One PC, equipped with  premium audio system which aimed to serve as a home media hub. The DX1215 model is armed with 2nd Generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processors and a 1TB 7200 RPM hard drive storage, plenty enough for you documents, photos and videos.

The All-in-One Desktop features a premium black glossy finish and has a aluminum pedestal stand that can be easily angled for the best viewing and touch experience. Along with the Full 1080p HD touchscreen, the DX1215 includes a premium audio system with Onkyo stereo speakers, featuring Waves MaxxAudio processors for “unparalleled performance”. The PC has two USB 3.0 ports with Sleep & Charge function, f our more USB 2.0 ports for hooking up your peripherals, as well as HDMI In port for connecting your gaming console or other devices. There’s also built-in DVD SuperMulti Drive backed by Resolution+ video upconversion technology and optional TV tuner.

Toshiba DX1215 All-in-One PC

Toshiba DX1215 comes with glossy black Bluetooth wireless keyboard with ten-keypad and media buttons, and wireless mouse, and ill be available exclusively at Best Buy stores and at BestBuy.com, starting at $929.99 MSRP8 on July 3, 2011.

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