Sony Vaio L All-In-One PC Gets Windows 7, Multi-Touch, Decent “Cool” Factor

The newest Sony All-In-One PC is about to hit the market and the Sony Vaio L as it’s known, features some decent hardware and software including Windows 7 and multi-touch.

The Vaio L also comes equipped with Sony’s custom touch portal known as Media Gallery which allows users to edit photos and videos using the desktops touchscreen. The units will also start with a basic setup that features a 24″ full HD display with an Intel Pentium 2.7GHz dual core processor, 4GB RAM and a 320GB HDD.

The system also comes standard with a DVD writer, GeForce G210M integrated chipset and 3D and HD Video decoding.

Pre-orders are now being taken starting at $1300 for the base unit and an expected late November ship date.

According to Electronista other higher end models will also be available with features that include:

Up to a 2.66GHz Core 2 Quad, 6GB of RAM, 1TB of disk space, a Blu-ray drive and a GeForce GT 240M to better decode HD video.

The entire Vaio L series should arrive at the same time in November.