It’s not the first time Dell has accidentally leaked product information by placing a future gadget’s support docs on the website a bit ahead of launch, but Round Rock generally has a better track record than this. A recent support manual uploaded to Dell’s website shows off a new touchscreen all-in-one, the Vostro 360.
There isn’t much yet known about the unexpected business all-in-one, but we can make a few guesses based on the manual and Dell’s other products. By its looks and nature, it’s very likely build upon the same platform as Dell’s Inspiron One desktop. That all-in-one features a large screen with optional multitouch capabilities and a similar form factor.
The Vostro 360 will come in just about every configuration under the sun – you’ll be able to snag one with Intel Pentium Dual-core, Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs. Most systems will likely ship with integrated Intel HD graphics, but if you need something more, there’s always the possibility of popping in NVIDIA’s GeForce GT 525M discrete GPU. Similarly, most 360s will likely be sold with 2GB of RAM, though a max of 8GB is possible.
Obviously, there’s no word on this yet in terms of availability or pricing, but chances are it’ll be soon. The pricing will likely be similar to the previously mentioned Inspiron One, but a bit higher, to account for the increased services and support business orders receive.