The system sports a Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 2GB RAM, 802.11n WiFi, Windows Vista, a DVD burner, 1.3MP webcam, microphone and allows you to watch analog, digital and cable TV.
The system features a wireless keyboard, mouse and a remote controller.
Unfortunately it's quite expensive. You can expect it in retail stores in October with a price tag of $1,899. And if you want a Blu-ray drive and Windows Vista Ultimate you'll need to cough up an additional $1,000 - which ups the price to a whopping $2,899.
And I'm not even sure if the $2,899 unit is capable of playing Full HD video as most 22" LCD displays available on the market don't support that many pixels.