Sony is using the same chassis design as last year's L Series all-in-one.
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As before, this new L Series has a 24-inch touch screen. Sony also put a Bravia X-Reality chip inside the L Series, the same display engine used in Sony's televisions.
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The system has a clean look up front and in back.
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These buttons let you swap the video input signal quickly jump to the Internet.
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The system can charge USB devices even when it's powered down.
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The angled edges help the case disappear when you're sitting in front of the L Series.
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An assortment of display and volume control buttons help you interact with the system without using a mouse or keyboard.
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Edge-to-edge glass, of course.
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The obligatory speakers built into the bottom edge.
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It wouldn't be a Sony all-in-one without a slot-loading Blu-ray drive.
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