Packard Bell has announced a new series of all-in-one PCs, which it's calling "oneTwo". There's an M and an L option, which leaves the door open to an S version being announced in the future.
Both the oneTwo M and oneTwo L have multitouch touchscreens, the former being 20-inch and the latter being 23-inch. The latter is a full HD display, whereas the former runs in 1600x900 resolution. Both come with Windows 7 preinstalled.
They come with six USB ports, and a 5-in-1 card reader. There's an option between integrated graphics and a discrete card, depending on whether you'll be using 3d-intensive applications or not.
The L comes with a Core 2 Quad processor, Mobility Radion 4670, and an optional Blu-ray drive. It has an e-SATA port, slot-in optical drive and 5.1 surround sound support. There's also an optional analog and digital TV tuner.
We don't have any specs for the M, unfortuntately, but will update this post when they show up.
The OneTwo M costs £600, and the OneTwo L is £900. Both will be available on store shelves on 22 October.