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Toshiba Expands Line of All-in-One Desktops with New 23-Inch Model

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  1. btarunr

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    Toshiba’s Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., today expanded its line of All-in-One PCs with the introduction of the Toshiba DX735, featuring a 23-inch Full HD multi-touch display. A complete entertainment hub for the home or dorm room the DX735 offers high-end audio, video and computing performance as well as premium computing capabilities to manage and create content.

    “Our All-in-One systems blend the best of Toshiba’s PC and visual product expertise for families and students looking to enjoy TV, watch DVDs and play games,” said Carl Pinto, vice president of product development, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division. “Featuring a stylish and space-saving TV-like design, the DX735 is a great add to almost any room, enabling users to interact with their media, while acting as an ideal hub for family photos, videos, music and more.”

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    Space-saving Stylish Design
    The DX735 features a vivid 23-inch diagonal touchscreen display that supports full 1080p HD content surrounded in a glossy black finish and sits on a modern aluminum pedestal stand that can be easily angled for the best viewing and touch experience. The matching Bluetooth wireless keyboard with 10-key numeric keypad can be easily stored on the base of the stand for additional space savings. The DX735 also includes a glossy black Bluetooth wireless mouse. Both the keyboard and mouse are pre-paired with the All-in-One, allowing users to get up and running right out of the box.

    The DX735 can easily serve as a home media hub with generous storage for photos and videos and easy connectivity options. Via the HDMI-In port, users can also connect to a gaming console and enjoy the latest games on the PC’s bright and responsive display. The DX735 also includes a premium audio system with Onkyo stereo speakers professionally tuned by experts at Waves and feature Waves MaxxAudio sound processing that provide users with unparalleled performance, delivering sound that is louder, clearer, fuller and more intelligible.

    High-performance Computing
    The All-in-One comes equipped high-performance computing technologies, including a 2nd Generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor2, 4GB of DDR3 memory3, a 1TB 7200 RPM hard drive4, one USB 3.0 port5 with USB Sleep & Charge6, one USB 3.0 port and four USB 2.0 ports. The DX735 also includes a built-in DVD SuperMulti Drive and unique Toshiba technologies, including Sleep & Music7, which enables users to take advantage of the speakers even if the PC is off and Resolution+ video upconversion technology8 that breathes new life into standard-def video and DVDs. The PC will also be available in a configuration with a TV tuner.

    Availability
    The Toshiba DX735 will be available exclusively at Best Buy stores nationwide and at BestBuy.com, starting at $956.99 MSRP on October 2, 2011.
     
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    Price is impressive for what your getting.
     
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    Be even more price impressive if it was not being sold by best buy, Although i don't think the price is all that.
     
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    I agree it sucks that it's at best buy.
     
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    Fair price, but nothing special with the y1080 screen. In fact in the future 1080 is dead. Let it die. (Wishful thinking, but hey, the Dell U2711 is absolutely brilliant and a 23"1920x1200 could have been easily achievable at this price.)
     
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    16:10 is dead let it die
     
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    Got some weird typo thing going on in the post. There might be more I missed. I just highlighted the few I spotted right away.

    Feel free to delete this post after all is fixed.
     
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    LOL! It's true what you are saying, but it is a terrible step back in progress. Gawd damn stupid consumers and their television thinking that has allowed y1080 to replace y1200 and make us lose so much real estate. Why do these consumer numbskulls have to ruin the market for the rest of us?
     

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