Items tagged with AIO

Asetek and liquid cooling solutions go hand-in-hand; the company has been in the business of keeping gaming rigs cool for years now, and they're one of the most respected names in the sector. So what's the big fuss here? Well, Asetek has really gone above and beyond with this one: a new all-in-one liquid cooled prototype machine that's far, far more powerful than any other AIO we have seen in the past. To date, there aren't any pre-fabricated all-in-one PCs that utilize liquid cooling and high-end components. It's definitely a niche, and we suspect that has kept companies from entering this market full-on. But Asetek sees an opportunity here, and now that we really think about it, we sort of... Read more...
Hey, the iMac can't have all of the fun in the all-in-one PC sector, right? Sony is introducing a new AIO machine today that's touch-enabled, which seems to be the norm these days. In fact we're kind of shocked that 3D support isn't thrown in as well. The VAIO J is the company's latest desktop, aimed at bargain users who don't need a whole heap of power and don't have tons of money to throw at a new rig. The system has a 21.5" HD display with a full 1980x1080 widescreen panel. The 1080p resolution is perfect when paired with the optional Blu-ray drive, and it's also one of the cheaper options with integrated touch support. Other specs include a built-in webcam, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, optional Intel... Read more...
Talk about unveiling a boatload of products at once. HP has issued a rather lengthy list of updates in their desktop/all-in-one ranges today, with the highlights being revamped TouchSmart PCs (complete with Intel Arrandale Core i5 and Core i3) and a new Pavilion Elite desktop with a quad-core AMD chip.Speaking of which, we'll get started with that very machine. The HP Pavilion Elite HPE-210f is a typical mid-sized PC tower, equipped with a 3.00GHz Phenom II 945 Quad-Core CPU, Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit), 8GB of DDR3 memory, a 1TB hard drive, Blu-ray drive, ATI Radeon 5450 GPU with 512MB of DDR3 graphics memory, Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n), a front-panel 15-in-1 card reader and a 1-year warranty.... Read more...
We have to confess--Acer's latest all-in-one PC certainly looks a lot like another of its machines announced back in April. But we suppose there are enough differences here to warrant a slightly new model name and a marketing approach aimed at business users. The company's Veriton Z280G is its second Veriton in the past week, though this one actually includes an LCD with the innards that make a PC tick. The AIO machine boasts an 18.5" widescreen display, an Intel Atom ultra-low-voltage CPU, a fanless design, Energy Star compliance, a 1366x768 resolution, 1,000:1 contrast ratio, a multi-format card reader, 160GB hard drive, 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, a Super-Multi DVD writer, integrated speakers, a matching... Read more...
If you're a PC maker, and you're not making any all-in-one PCs, you're clearly behind the times. Here lately, we've seen one after the other roll out from the likes of Dell, Asus and eMachines, and so it makes total sense to see yet another enter the ring courtesy of Averatec.The company's latest machine, which goes by D1005, is a 22" AIO computer designed by business or home users and college-bound students "who need a PC with full functionality while enjoying the benefits of a space-saving design." Unlike many AIOs that are largely underpowered Web surfing terminals, this rig is actually equipped with a modest amount of power.Specs wise, we're looking at a 2.5GHz Intel Core 2 Duo E5200 processor,... Read more...
Averatec just got done introducing an all-in-one PC back in March, but just in case that alien-inspired machine doesn't float your boat, the company is debuting a slightly more mainstream unit in the D1200. Described as a PC / TV combo, this rig is ready to play back 1080p material while tuning OTA TV signals (analog and digital) and checking your email.The machine looks more like an iMac than anything else, though the 25.5-inch LCD makes it suitable for use as a bedroom television. Inside, you'll find a respectable 2.5GHz Intel dual-core E5200 processor, a 320GB hard drive, 4GB of RAM, Microsoft's Windows Vista Home Premium 64-bit, an 8x DVD writer, 802.11n Wi-Fi, 2.0-megapixel webcam, Gigabit... Read more...
TriGem USA today announced its next generation of Averatec all-in-one (AIO) PCs designed to meet evolving user demands for an affordable, yet powerful AIO computer. The Averatec D1133 features HD video playback, a large 18.4-inch LCD screen, wireless keyboard and mouse, Windows Vista, and a dual-core processor. "The new Averatec all-in-one PC represents the continued expansion of TriGem into the AIO market space," said Henry Hewitt, vice president of sales at TriGem USA. "We already command a strong presence in the market with the earlier introduction of the 18.4-inch Intel Atom-based AIO. This new system is designed with features and capabilities for handling more challenging computing tasks... Read more...
Hardware Zone has Sony's ultra light VAIO VGN-TX37GP on hand in their latest review, which is a notebook you should consider if you're in the market for something light weight and portable. With portability top priority for the notebook, it's not the kind of machine to look at if your interested in processing power, though one of the benefits of a less powerful machine is longer battery life. "However, despite having the dubious backing of Microsoft (Tablet PC anyone?), UMPCs are as yet relatively unproven in the marketplace. So for the frequent business traveler who needs a portable computer, thin and light notebooks are still the... Read more...
In terms of sheer numbers, Sony is not considered one of the major notebook players in North America. Though, they do remain a staple of what most people consider quality built notebooks worldwide, despite their competitively lower sale figures. Most VAIO machines through the years have been built surprisingly well and more to the point, have had a trademark flair for being slim, lightweight, sleek and versatile.  The Sony VAIO VGN-SZ150 is what some folks might consider a truly mobile compromise between performance and portability.  We'll take a closer look at the SZ150, all four pounds of it, in the pages that follow. Sony VAIO VGN-SZ150P/C Specifications Processor ._Designed... Read more...
Here's something that's bound to get some of you excited. Digital Trends has just posted a review of Sony's UMPC (Ultra-Mobile PC), the UX50. It's not quite as small as a PDA, but it's much smaller than a laptop.  Not matter how small it is though, it's definitely cool...I want one... "The entire 4.5" diagonal widescreen display of the UX50 slides up to reveal a full 69-key keyboard, complete with blue backlighting. Keep in mind that imported versions of the UX series use a Japanese keyboard layout, which is the same as the standard US layout with the addition of a few extra buttons and different mapping of the symbols... Read more...
Hey Folks :) A few things to mention in addition to the news... Newegg now has a new look, which threw me off the first time I saw it since I visit the site more than Wal*Mart. And the Longhorn News website has been relaunched. Other than that we've got some reviews, have fun... Actiontec Wireless 54Mbps Printer Server @ GideonTech.com "With many households running multiple computers, sharing a printer may be hard when faced with all the networking needed to be done first. If you happen to have a wireless setup already, add this Actiontec printer server and you can get every computer connected to your printer in just a few minutes." Aerocool GT-1000 Heatpipe Heatsink Reviewed @ Hi-Techreviews.com... Read more...
I have come to a realization today... I collect way too much computer related junk. All I was looking for was a CD-Rom drive, so I go into my closet to see what I have. I pull out a few boxes, and find 6 CD-Rom drives, 5 USB cables, 4 sound cards, 3 hard drives, 2 PSUs , and a partridge in a pair tree ;) There was of course much more, but there's also news to post... Sony VAIO VGN-A260 Laptop Review @ Designtechnica "We have to give Sony credit for designing a system that not only features a 15.4-inch widescreen display with Xbrite technology, but does it all in a chassis that is slimmer than the competition. We are on the fence about whether they should have gone with a desktop processor... Read more...
Hey gang, JeffB here for your Thursday morning news fix.  It's the same story here, we're all loaded up with hardware, cranking away for your entertainment.  The best part is the stuff just keeps coming, so there is no slowdown in sight.  On a side note, have you guys been paying attention to the BigWop?  We need you to jump into the Folding frenzy and put your PC to good use.  You can help save lives with a little effort.  I myself was a hold out for a long time, being somewhat of a PC purist, but I've seen the light and have been folding away.  You can too, just visit our Folding Forum to find out how! Do something good, represent your team and you may end... Read more...
Good morning everyone :)  Sorry to cut this short but, I am running extremely lean on time today.  So, without further ado, here is your morning shot of juice... Albatron PX875P Pro @ Viper Lair "With the exception of the lack of RAID, 10/100 networking, and a passive North Bridge cooler, it's tough to ignore the performance and stability of the PX875P Pro. If you're in the market for a Pentium 4 motherboard, and don't need all the frills some high-end boards may provide, this board is certainly worthy of being on your short-list given its cost." Sony VAIO VGN-X505VP Notebook Review @ Designtechnica "Using the X505 in a public place such as a coffeehouse or on public... Read more...
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