Trigem Japan has lifted the curtain on a couple of its new All-in-One Averatec computers – the nigh-unpronounceable AVA8325E7BD that is equipped with an integrated Blu-ray ROM combo drive, while the AVA8325E7SM skips Blu-ray by sticking with a more conventional DVD super multi-drive. The former will come with 3GB RAM and a 320GB hard drive, while the latter has a lesser 2GB RAM and 250GB hard drive to get you started. Right out of the box, you will find that both models feature an 18.4″ widescreen LCD display at 1,680 x 945 resolution running on Windows 7 Home Premium and AMD’s Athlon X2 3250e 1.5GHz dual-core processor. Seems like pretty beefy machines to us, let us hope that the price is right as well.
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