I own a Dell XPS One 27 — a giant touchscreen PC. It's basically a huge 27-inch monitor with an entire computer crammed inside. The Windows equivalent of an iMac. I like the compact, integrated design so much I've bought two of them over the years, but I've never really had a need for the touchscreen — it's just kind of there.
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Every June, the PC industry descends on Taipei to show off its latest wares. The Computex trade show is a great place to see some awesome new gadgets and spot computing trends. So, what kind of promising new computers did they build on the eve of Windows 10?
Ultrabooks are great, but it can also be super convenient to have a slimline All-In-One PC waiting on your bedroom or dorm desk to get stuff done. They're a great family room shared PC option, too. We've already run you through our favourite ultrabooks, the hottest convertibles and the slickest gadgets, now it's time to get your desk sorted with the perfect All-In-One.
Not merely satisfied with their finger-friendly Touchsmart All-In-One line, HP is moving back into the non-touch AIO space with the Omni 27, a snappy, dual-core Windows machine.
HP's computer business is in a state of bizarre limbo, but that's not stopping them from plodding along with a new batch of desktops — tragically or not. Luckily for us, they look great, and perform better than ever.
Asus have decided that the sound quality from their notebooks isn't as good as it should be. So they've decided to boost the sound by introducing some new audio software wizardry, as well as create massive speaker chambers in their flagship NX90 multimedia laptop.
The Lenovo C200 all-in-one made a brief appearance at CeBIT a few months ago, but now it's official: an 18.6-inch 16:9 display with a dual-core Atom D510 processor and optional next-generation Nvidia Ion graphics. You'll want to take the option.
MSI made some all-in-one noise at CES with the AE2420, and they're stepping it up again for next week's CeBIT 2010 show in Germany. There, they'll introduce the world's first large screen, all-in-one PC capable of handling 1080p 3D media.