Samsung has unveiled a new range of all-in-one computers geared towards in-home entertainment lovers.
Resembling the popular Apple iMac computer, the newly-announced U250 and U200 represent the electronics giant’s first move into the desk computing market.
However, while the company may not have past experience in this end of the market, unlike its vast range of laptop computers, initial reviews suggest that Samsung has effectively identified what many home users want most from their machines.
As such, the two all-in-one computers boast 23-inch touch-screen interfaces, ideally suited to those users looking to make use of digital photo-editing suites, as well as gamers and movie fans.
Welcoming the new machines, which are due to be launched in the UK in May, Gartner analyst Ranjit Atwal explained that the Samsung computers should attract considerable interest.
“(They) will certainly appeal to a section of the market,” the expert told PC Pro magazine.
Meanwhile, PC Pro recently welcomed the launch of the Samsung N210 netbook, noting that the machine brings a “businessman like” approach to the mobile computing sector.