Offering an Intel Core i5 processor at 2.3GHz with 6GB RAM, a 1TB hard drive and Windows 7 Home Premium edition, this 21.5 inch touch-screen PC (with wireless keyboard and mouse) would be an attractive prospect even without the built-in media PC components. The fact that all of the 'PC' components are embedded in the back of the monitor makes this a very stylish unit.
On the media side of things, there's a Blu-Ray player (which also does service as a dual-layer DVD burner) and a fully-integrated Analog/Digital TV tuner. Of course there's also the expected webcam and microphone for the all-important skype video calls.
From a connectivity perspective, there's a 1Gb/s Ethernet port, 802.11 (b/g/n) wireless, 2 USB 3.0 and 4 USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI-in port and there's also support for DLNA.
The DX1210 is provided with a full-featured remote control (just like any media player) which operates the device when in media mode.
Enough of the features; how is it in actual usage?