The all-in-one PC market is growing saturated, and it's harder and
harder to figure out the difference between this machine vs. that
machine. But Acer
has a great tactic: make a better design than everyone
else. The new AZ3750-A34D all-in-one PC is one of the most stylish that
has been produced in recent memory, with only Apple's iMac
Studio One coming close in our eyes.
The machine is sleek, silver and black, and the internals are pretty
impressive as well. An Intel Core i3-550 CPU (3.2GHz) is at the help,
with up to 8GB of DDR3 RAM, a 500GB hard drive, a DVD writer,
802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, 1920x1080 panel, a 21.5" LCD, Windows 7 Home Premium
(64-bit), eight USB 2.0 ports and a built-in card reader.
Acer is also including a matching keyboard/mouse combo, and there's an
adjustable stand on the rear. The bottom looks like home to speakers,
and the total just over $800. It's being released in Japan first, but
there's no word on it shipping elsewhere.