As we told you earlier this week, Dell appears to be hard at work on an all-in-one PC dubbed the XPS One that looks an awful look like Apple's iMac. The XPS One appeared in photos from the FCC, and it is said to feature a 22" wide-screen panel, side-mounted speakers, a Core 2 Duo processor, integrated Radeon HD 2400 graphics, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and connectors for S/PDIF audio and TV output.
The folks at Engadget have come upon additional information about the system, and they say we can expect to see Dell unveil it officially next month. Engadget claims to have received word of a "mid-November" release time frame, but it quotes neither a specific launch date nor a price range for the machine. Nonetheless, it says it browsed a document that contained more specifications for the system, including a built-in two-megapixel camera and "proximity sensors."
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