Samsung is launching three new all-in-one desktops in Korea, including one that features the latest generation Intel Atom processor. The Samsung MU100 features a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 CP and integrated GMA 3150 graphics. That’s mildly surprising, since this is the chip designed for netbooks. Intel offers the Atom D410 single core and D510 dual core processors for netbooks.

Other specs include a 20 inch HD display, 2GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive, and Windows 7 Home Premium.

Samsung is also introducing two higher end models: The MU200 and MU250. The former will have a 20 inch multitouch display,  a Pentium 4400 processor, and NVIDIA GeForce G310 graphics, while the latter comes with a 23 inch multitouch display, Core 2 Duo T6600 CPU, and GeForce G310 graphics.

No word on pricing or whether these PCs will be available outside of Korea anytime soon.

via Akihabara News

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