If you’re in the market for an all-in-one desktop system, Toshiba might have the answer for you. The company has announced today two of its latest models: the 21.5” LX815 and the 23” LX835. Unlike Toshiba’s current all-in-one desktop systems, the LX815 and the LX835 are expected to feature an entirely new design that offers 1080p Full HD displays and edge-to-edge glass. Touchscreens are optional. The displays also featured recessed edges that hide the connectors to external devices and can be tilted for viewing in different angles.


Apart from the different sizes in display, under the hood both the LX815 and LX835 will feature Intel’s 3rd generation Core processors and will allow for configurations of up to 16GB in RAM. Users can also configure the systems to feature up to 3TB of hard disk space, two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports and will sport SRS Premium Sound 3D Onkyo speakers. Both models will also come with HDMI inputs to allow for connection to external devices like gaming consoles, tablets, etc. Blu-ray disc drives will also be an option for some of the models.

Toshiba’s new all-in-one desktop systems will also come with a USB Sleep & Charge feature. As you might have surmised from the name, this will allow users to charge their USB devices while the PC is sleeping or turned off. It will also feature the PC Health Monitor that allows users to keep track of the “health” of their systems to help ensure it is in peak condition. The Toshiba LX815 will retail for $599.99, while the LX835 will go for $879.99 and will be available in Q3 of 2012 via Best Buy, various e-tailers or directly from Toshiba themselves.

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