Sony's "floating glass" all-in-one L series has been solid in the looks department for a while now, but the specs have never been much to write home about. Until now, anyways. The new LT HD PC/TV comes in standard and HD models, with the HD version scoring a Blu-ray burner. Other specs include a 22-inch WSXGA+ LCD, 1.3 megapixel camera, Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB of RAM, discrete graphics and 802.11n WiFi. We're particularly stoked about the CableCARD slot for viewing HD channels, and it's always nice that the TV function of the PC can be switched on and off independently, so you don't have to wait for the unit to boot to start watching. The standard version will go for $1,900, while LT HD runs at a steep $2,900, and both should be available this October.

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