Dell Studio One 19 S210502MY (All-In-One) Desktop Review
15 July 2009
Excerpt: When I first got news that I’m having a unit of Dell Studio One 19 for review, I was like “?????? 0_o” – yeah, that’s what I looked like. I was a little lost on the product since I wasn’t aware of that Dell has All-in-One desktops under the Studio range.
Excerpt: This touch-screen PC is enticing in its low-end configurations, but the higher-end models are costly considering the screen size. Plus, its design, while sleek, isn’t all that friendly for families with young children.
Pros: Slim and stylish, Cozi Webware adds functionality and substance to otherwise gimmicky touch software, Crisp, loud speakers, Integrated power brick
Cons: Cloth accents likely to soil over time, Recessed touch screen makes cleaning LCD tricky, Higher-end configurations are expensive, but don’t offer much of a graphics boost
Summary: Dell has undergone a design remodeling of sorts during the past year. Gone are the bulky, plastic-looking computers, and in their place is a fleet of forward-thinking, streamlined devices that have an appearance more in common with a Mac Pro than a PC.
Excerpt: Improved touchscreen support will be a key feature of Windows 7, but it's hard to say whether this will kick-start a big uptake of such displays. Despite the touchscreen's uncertain future, Dell has joined other big PC manufacturers, such as Asus and HP, in releasing an all-in-one touchscreen PC.
A touch screen Dell PC that's perfect for the whole family
Good Gear Guide.au
10 August 2009
Summary: Dell's Studio One 19 is a neat all-in-one PC that is perfect for families. The kids will love its included touch-screen applications, but it can be used for more advanced pursuits, too, such as photo editing, video editing and media encoding.
Pros: Accurate and responsive touch screen, good speed, easy to set up
Cons: The design of the bezel is distracting, poor audio quality
Summary: Die Auswahl der All-in-One-PCs wächst – also jener Rechner, die alle Komponenten bereits im Monitor verbaut haben. Das sieht nicht nur ordentlich aus, sondern spart auch Platz. Und die Windows-Alternativen zum Klassiker unter den All-in-Ones – dem iMac – kommen mit spannenden Extras.
Pros: ordentliche Leistung, einfache Konfiguration, benötigt nur wenig Platz
Cons: Touchscreen reagiert nicht sonderlich gut, gewöhnungsbedürftiges Design auf der Vorderseite