World number two PC builder Lenovo has unveiled a new all-in-one PC based with a multi-touch display called the Essential C325.
Fitted with AMD's dual-core 1.66GHz 'Brazos' E450 processor and a 20-inch touch screen with an 'extra stable' full-metal stand, the Essential C325 will also be available with up to a 1TB hard drive and 8GB of RAM.
Using AMD's desktop Fusion APU with integrated Radeon graphics, Lenovo said the all-in-one provides easy access to hard drives and memory for simple upgrades, an area that has been a weak area of all-in-one devices in the past.
Other optional features include a TV tuner, USB 3.0 and DVD reader/writer. HDMI, integrated webcam and 6-in-1 card reader come as standard.
The Essential C325 will arrive in November 2011 and will be available in black and white versions. US pricing starts at $700 via the Lenovo store.
It's not known what the pricing will be elsewhere or what configurations will be offered but Lenovo confirmed the C325 is destined for markets worldwide.
Lenovo has a web page for the Essential C325 here.