Like many of its rivals, Samsung unveiled a huge range of new devices at CES 2017 last week, including smart refrigerators and QLED TVs, as well as its first gaming laptop, the Notebook Odyssey. Pre-orders also opened for its Notebook 9, which the company claims is the "lightest notebook on the market".
Another of its new devices has been showcased in promotional videos published on YouTube. The literally-named 'All-in-One' PC promises "beautiful craftsmanship [and] "a captivating experience", offering a tilt-adjustable 24-inch Full HD (1920x1080px) display available with or without touch.
The videos suggest that the touchscreen model includes support for Windows Hello facial recognition to log in to Windows 10, a feature that isn't highlighted in the video for the standard model.
Other key features include a 7th-generation (Kaby Lake) Intel Core i5-7400T processor, 8GB or 16GB of RAM and a 1TB hard drive. Samsung says that the RAM and storage on the All-in-One are both upgradeable.
Perhaps the most notable feature of the All-in-One is the integrated 'sound bar' that forms the base of the machine, and which includes two 10W stereo speakers. Samsung says that it allows users to play music using Bluetooth even when the PC is turned off.
Samsung hasn't yet announced details of pricing or availability.