Items tagged with All-in-one PC

Can you remember the last time you bought a PC built by Sharp? For many of you reading this, the answer is probably "never," though Sharp is indeed in the PC business, having purchased Toshiba's PC division last year for four billion yen (~$36 million). Sharp apparently plans to make a splash—at a recent press event in Tokyo, Sharp unveiled an all-in-one desktop PC with an 8K resolution display. The new Dynabook system wields a large 31-5-inch display with an IGZO panel sporting a 7680x4320 resolution and fast 120Hz refresh rate. It also supports HDR visuals. It doesn't quite reach the 1,000 nits brightness level that is ideal for HDR content, but gets fairly close at 800 nits, which is... Read more...
Acer's new Iconia Tab isn't the only new product that the company is whipping out this week, as they're also catering a bit to the desktop crowd. The Aspire Z5761 is their newest all-in-one PC, boasting a stylish design, the company's own TouchPortal, TouchCam, TouchMusic and TouchPhoto applications, and Clear.fi. If you aren't familiar with Clear.fi, that's a new media sharing system that claims to be cross-platform in nature, and connects home devices in order to extract media from anywhere in the home (and without wires). Acer went above and beyond when it comes design, integrating a blue light above the integrated speakers to light up the keyboard. When not in use, the keyboard can be tucked... Read more...
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...
Yesterday Lenovo introduced a bunch of new ThinkPad machines, with the new Edge, X100e and a few other machines headlining the show. Today, the company is making another push as CES gets ready to open its doors to the masses, with its IDEA-branded products getting a significant upgrade. Moreover, an all new product from Lenovo has been announced: its first smartbook ever. Let's get started with the IDEA lineup. The IdeaCentre A300 is the industry's thinnest all-in-one PC, measuring just 18.5mm thick and boasting an expansive 21.5" LED-backlit LCD panel. It runs Windows 7 and features an array of Core 2 Duo CPUs, an Intel X4500MHD integrated graphics set, up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM, stereo speakers,... Read more...
The desktop may not be selling as well these days compared to the notebook, but the all-in-one PC sure has been keeping up with the times. More than ever, people are interested in acquiring PCs that handle the basics well and take up a small amount of space. MSI's AE2220 looks to be a perfect machine if you fit into that category, boasting an HD LCD, Windows 7, and NVIDIA Ion graphics technology.As of today, the Wind Top AE2220 is available in the United States, bringing with it a 21.5" display, 5.1 channel audio, the latest Intel Core 2 Duo/Pentium Dual Core processors, VGA / HDMI outputs, and of course a load of touch-panel applications to take advantage of this machine's ability to recognize... Read more...
Sony's VAIO PC lineup has been growing larger over the years, and while the standout products are almost always within the notebook category, the newest is an all-in-one PC. A stylish all-in-one PC, might we add. The VAIO L Touch HD PC/TV is obviously designed to be multifaceted. On one hand, it's a standard touch-screen PC; on the other, it's an HDTV. Granted, it's probably only suited for bedroom use at 24", but with a 1080p native resolution, even Blu-ray Discs can be played back as the director intended. The 1920x1080 panel comes standard, but the BD optical drive is an upgrade. Users hoping to use their new rig as a full-on HTPC can also snag a built-in TV tuner, which captures ATSC (digital)... Read more...
Gateway announced a new line of all-in-one series computers called the Gateway One ZX Series. This new line offers multi-touch screen technology and ranges from entry-level to high-performance systems. At the high-performance end, you'll find the Gateway One ZX6810-01 with a 23-inch 1080p widescreen display priced at $1,399.99. This model comes loaded with an Intel Core 2 Quad processor and ATI HD4670 graphics. Gateway also included a 1TB hard drive and 64GB solid state drive in this model. Some models in the One ZX6800 Series also offer a hybrid TV tuner and media center remote control. For users on a smaller budget, the ZX4800 Series provides a lower price tag than the aforementioned One ZX6800... Read more...
MSI launched the new 22-inch 1080P Wind Top All-in-One PC, the AE2200 today. The AE2200 features a built-in TV tuner, touch screen, and HDMI connectivity. You'll find a 500GB hard drive and an Intel Pentium Dual Core E5400 processor on the inside of this machine. Additional features include the new MSI Wind Note touch-enabled picture editing and touch writing software as well as other software programs and wireless connectivity. The AE2200 starts at $799.99. MSI US Launches 22-inch Wind Top AE2200 All-in-One PC New AE2200 features 22-inch 1080P Full-HD Wide and Touch screen LCD, TV tuner and HDMI input all in a sub-$800 price point CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA – September 15, 2009 – MSI, a worldwide... 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...
Advanced Micro Device's 'Neo' platform landed with a bang earlier this year, with a promise to counter Intel's Atom and even rival NVIDIA's own Ion platform. Turns out, most of that was just talk--or, at least that's how things look from the outside looking in. Since the dawn of 2009, we've seen countless netbooks and even notebooks arrive with Intel's Atom processor, but we've only seen a few counterparts with AMD's Neo tucked inside.In fact, HP's Pavilion dvz2 is the platform's flagship product, and needless to say, that device is less than mainstream in the grand scheme of things. Rather than trying to fight the giant that is Intel at a game that it has already won, it seems that AMD may be... 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...
Believe it or not, the machine you see pictured here really is an eMachines. It wasn't that long ago that eMachines was a name synonymous with lackluster, but no more; the company is refreshing its brand and producing far more stylish machines than before, with its latest all-in-one PC looking nearly as good as Apple's iconic iMac. Boasting a thin, sleek design that should spruce up most any pressboard computer desk, the newest member of the EZ series is labeled the EZ1601-01 and is available only in a Diamond Black hue that's accented with green LED lighting and silver trim. As eMachines puts it, this rig really does look a lot like a giant digital photo frame, and the matching keyboard and... Read more...
Maybe we're suffering from delusions, but does MSI's newest all-in-one PC look eerily similar to Apple's previous line of Cinema Displays? (Hint: yes.) That small detail aside, the Wind Top AE1900 does look like a pretty stellar machine, particularly for those who value style over all else. The all white machine dons a glossy coat and features a 19-inch touch panel that encourages users to point their way around applications rather than just mouse around. RAM slot, 1.3- Super-Multi drive. Further specs include an Intel Atom 230 processor, GMA950 integrated graphics, a single SO-DIMMmegapixel webcam, Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, a 4-in-1 card reader (SD, MMC, MS and xD), a headphone jack,... Read more...
Asus has just announced that its Eee Top ET1602, which was introduced at the tail end of last month, is finally shipping in North America. The Eee Top, like most other Eee machines, is designed with simplicity and cost effectiveness in mind. The all-in-one PC incorporates a 15.6-inch touchscreen display, an Intel Atom processor and an easy-to-grasp user interface that should make getting from app to app via finger inputs a breeze.The ET1602 also includes a built-in webcam, array microphone, wireless capabilities, an optional external DVD drive and an integrated carry handle for making the ten pound system one that's highly portable. Obviously, power consumption is expected to be low with the... Read more...
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