New York - Sony today released its L series all-in-one PC with a 3D 24-inch display.
The unit, available on
July 13 with a $1,420 suggested retail, replaces the Sony J series as
the company's entry in the all-in-one space.
The top-end L-series model is powered by an Intel quad-core Core i7 processor. It has dedicated Nvidia graphics with 1GB of video RAM, an HD webcam, USB 3.0 ports and can come with either Windows 7 Home Premium or Professional.
The PC has a Blu-ray optical drive and uses an active-shutter 3D viewing system. It can also connect to a PlayStation3 or other set-top box via HDMI.
It will come in several flavors, including a Sony Signature Collection model that will feature a special white color scheme. The basic model has a black chassis.