HP just announced the Spectre ONE on 10th September, a 23.6-inch all-in-one with a skinny design and nice-to-have features like NFC.
They claim it to be the world's slimmest AiO PC(11.5mm) packed with the new Windows 8, a 23.6inch LCD display, slim n sexy Aluminum body, 6 Gigs of RAM and other lucrative features.Though that aluminum frame and tilting 1080p display are pleasing to look at, the real story isn't what the Spectre ONE has, so much as what's missing. In order to get the system down to 11.5mm thick, the design team had to forgo certain features you might otherwise expect -- features like a TV tuner, touchscreen and even an optical drive. It's a gamble, to be sure, but HP is betting that fashion-forward, tech-savvy users won't really mind. In any case, HP did include four USB ports (two of them 3.0), HDMI input, an Ethernet jack, Beats Audio and a memory card reader, with optional discrete graphics and SSDs. The components are also easily serviceable via a back door, if tinkering is your idea of fun. Lastly, the Spectre ONE ships with a keyboard, Magic Trackpad-style wireless Multitouch touchpad and two NFC tags, which can be assigned to favourite websites.
The Spectre One arrives in November 14th, with a price tag of $1,299.
Specs are in the first image
Some Pics of the sexy AiO