Who really uses All-in-ones? I've only ever seen a handful in select stores because other stores use Macs.
"You can't just ask customers what they want and then try to give that to
them. By the time you get it built, they'll want something new."
Its like a big big tablet. Lol and i dont think its good for gamings. And iys better with a touch screen.
All-In-Ones (AIO) hit nearly 14.5 million units sold world wide last year. The Apple iMac compromising the largest number from any one company.
The idea isn't just about the touch screen but the fact it includes everything in one casing for saving space. So just hook peripherals to the what would otherwise be the monitor and you're all set.
Space saving also means it's useful in areas you normally wouldn't put a PC. Like in the kitchen, etc. So touch screen can then be useful when you're killing time browsing the web or looking up recipes or video chatting while otherwise occupied.
Some of the newer AIO's even let the screen be detached and either work as a remote tablet or converts to a ARM tablet.
Regardless, the market is large enough for pretty much all major PC makers to be producing these type of products.
AIOs belong in the kitchen, or on a counter somewhere, or as a media server with a secondary huge display. If you're putting it on a traditional desk you're missing the point; paying more for the smaller form factor whilst losing out on power for the same reason.
AIO PC's are a cool innovation, but not for me personally.
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