Toshiba Launches DX1215 All-Purpose Entertainment Hub PCBy Channel Insider Staff | Posted 2011-06-22 Email Print
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The DX1215 features a 21.5-inch diagonal touch-screen display that supports full 1080p HD content, a second-generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7 processor and a 1TB 7200 RPM hard drive.
Toshiba s Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, introduced the DX1215, the company s first all-in-one PC for the U.S. market. The DX1215 is being marketed as an all-purpose entertainment hub offering enhanced audio capability with performance and technologies for high-definition entertainment and multitasking.
The DX1215 features a 21.5-inch diagonal touch-screen display that supports full 1080p HD content and sits on an aluminum pedestal stand that can be angled for various viewing and touch experiences. The compact desktop also boasts a premium black glossy finish, and via the HDMI In port, users can also connect to a gaming console.
The desktop comes equipped with The DX1215 also includes two USB 3.0 ports with USB Sleep & Charge, four USB 2.0 ports, a built-in DVD SuperMulti Drive and Toshiba technologies, including Sleep & Music, which enables users to activate the speakers even if the PC is off, and Resolution+ video upconversion technology that enhances standard-def video and DVDs by adjusting color, brightness and contrast in real time to give video a more high-def look and feel. The PC will also be available in a configuration with a TV tuner, the company said.
"Toshiba combined its experience with computing platforms and visual products to create an all-in-one that truly complements the living situations of our customers with a PC that offers high performance, premium features and unique styling," said Carl Pinto, vice president of product development for Toshiba America Information Systems , digital products division. "We've designed the DX1215 to serve as the optimal entertainment hub for families, college students and those who consume a large amount of digital entertainment in their homes and want the finest audio experience."
To read the original eWeek article, click here: Toshiba DX1215 Desktop Offers Intel Core Processors, Premium Audio