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Averatec All-In-One PC brings a little generic flair to the party

Averatec's been trying to bring a little pop to its products lately, and the new All-In-One PC (seriously, that's what it's called) is the company's sleekest effort to date, copping a little style from both the iMac and the Gateway One. Your $1249 won't buy you anything spectacular behind that 22-inch display, but it's not too bad either: 2.4GHz E4600 Core 2 Duo with GeForce 8400 graphics, 2GB RAM, a 320GB disk, and Vista Home Premium. That's not a particularly astounding deal compared to the name-brand all-in-ones, but the specs are slightly better, so if you're spending nights ripping the labels off your jeans, it looks like you've got the perfect machine to start working on that followup to Plastic Surgery Disasters.