Ever since Apple and the iMac, PC users have envied the slim, sleek all-in-one concept. But that green-eyed monster no longer has to rear its ugly head—all-in-one computers have made their debut, with Windows-based systems emerging last year to great success.
This video review of the ASUS Transformer P1801 18.4" All-in-One Desktop Computer showcases the new and unique transformation of this computer from All-in-One desktop to Windows 8 remote PC to Android tablet.
Last year at CES, it was all about the Ultrabook. Ultrathin and ultraportable but yet still powerful enough to be used as a capable computer, the Ultrabook was everything people wanted in a notebook. Now it seems that CES 2013 was all about the mobile all-in-one computer.
It appears that not even all-in-one (AIO) desktop computers are immune to the “tablet craze” taking over the computing industry. It’s no secret that tablets have grown in popularity, primarily for their ease of use and portability, but their influence has leaked over to other devices.
All-in-one desktop computers have proven their value as multi-purpose space savers for people with large needs but limited room. Now, Toshiba has introduced two DX735 All-in-One Desktop Computer models with ample 23-inch Full HD displays that double as multi-touch screens.
It’s easy to see why all-in-one desktop computer systems are so appealing, especially when you use one of the new ASUS 23.6-inch all-in-one computers as an example. They’re powerful, attractive, compact and affordable.
When an under-the-desk tower is too imposing and a notebook too cramped, consider an all-in-one desktop computer such as the Dell Inspiron One 2305. Available in three configurations, the 2305 series offers a stylish tabletop system for anyone looking to save space without sacrificing an ample keyboard and full-size screen.
Who says all-in-one desktop systems can’t be slim and fast? Certainly not Lenovo. The new ThinkCentre Edge 91z all-in-one (AIO) desktop is just 2.5 inches thick, with classy styling that will go well with any décor.
In the age of tablet computers and intelligent telephones, you may not think a refresh to a line of desktop machines would create much buzz, but to the power users that you find at B&H, the new Thunderbolt-equipped quad-core Apple iMacs are electrifying.
Desktop computers in which the PC is embedded in the display have been around for more than a decade, but now they’re gaining renewed interest thanks to the popularity of touch screens. MSI’s latest entry is the Wind Top AE2070, a 20-inch (1600 x 900) all-in-one PC.