As the All-in-One PC market is arousing this year, Samsung has made two new All-in-One Desktop PC ready to hit the store. Known as the Magic Station, there are two models will be marketed to the user end. U200 and U250, these models will get a decent hardware specification, including a touchscreen display for direct interaction.
For the details, Samsung U200 is a 20-inch All-in-One PC, supporting up to 1600 x 900 px resolution. Instead of using Atom CPU, U200 is powered by Intel Pentium T440 2.2Ghz Dual core processor. It should be faster than the common all-in-one PC power by Atom. Samsung U200 also coming with 2GB RAM, the baseline of a PC and you should be able to run Windows 7 with it. As for graphical performance, Samsung U200 is coming with GeForce G310M 512MB, enough to play some modern 3D games without any obvious lag.
Meanwhile, Samsung U250 model is moderately higher. It has 3GB or RAM, powered by Intel Core 2Duo T6600 processor, has a larger screen a 23-inch (support 1920 x 1080p) Full HD quality, and 500GB of storage. Now, this second model is kind of the all-in-one PC made for moderate gamers. Using the same NVIDIA GeForce G310M 512MB, I’m sure Samsung U250 All-in-One PC can run most modern 3D games smoothly. They will be available in UK for the kickstart market, but we have no further info about their availability and pricing details.