all-in-ones

  • Review: HP TouchSmart 600


    Short version: HP’s TouchSmart 600 isn’t the perfect solution for a touchscreen based home computer, but it comes pretty damn close. The TouchSmart system works well as an internet home appliance, but the thing that makes it special is also where it starts to show some problems. Read More

  • Lenovo brings new touch-enabled all-in-one to market


    How many roads must a man walk down
    Before you call him a man?
    And how many seas must a white dove sail
    Before she sleeps in the sand?
    How many touchscreen all-in-ones will they announce
    before they see there is no demand?
    The answer, my friend, is I don’t know
    I really have no freaking idea Read More

  • HP adds a little zip to the TouchSmart 600 with Intel Core i7 CPU options

    If you’re the touchy-feely type and you’re looking for a little pick-me-up under the hood of your all-in-one, HP’s “TouchSmart 600 Quad” series might pique your interest. Read More

  • MSI launches 21.5-inch Wind Top AE2220: 1080p and multi-touch starting at $750

    Ooh la la, this looks to be an interesting machine right here. Starting at $750, MSI’s latest “Wind Top” all-in-one features a big 21.5-inch 1920×1080 multi-touch LCD, NVIDIA ION graphics, Windows 7 Home Premium, and a wireless mouse and keyboard set. Read More

  • Gateway One ZX series gets Windows 7 and touchscreen features

    My gut reaction to seeing these all-in-one computers is that they might make a nice addition to a dorm room or an aging couple’s den. But then Gateway goes and says something like this: “The powerful One ZC6800 Series is a no-compromise, high-performance configuration entirely suitable for serious gaming.” I roll my eyes and then look for the actual specs, to find… Read More

  • MSI's Wind Top AE: sexy, compact, touchscreen and affordable all-in-one?


    I have to say, this is a — excuse me — a damn fine looking all-in-one PC. Why, if it weren’t for the somewhat out-of-place strip of leather, I might just nab one of these Wind Top AE2010 things right now. Actually, I have no use for all-in-ones, but for the budget-and-design-conscious PC user, this thing looks like the holy grail. Even the specs are nice. Read More

  • Acer Veriton Z280G all-in-one business nettop announced

    Acer’s birthed a $499 all-in-one nettop aimed at cubicle dwellers featuring an 18.5-inch screen and an Intel Atom CPU. The Veriton Z280G is, according to Acer, “perfect for reception areas, hotel lobbies, executive suites, cube environments and any office that requires an integrated, space-saving design.” Read More

  • eMachines all-in-one priced to move at $399

    eMachines comes out swinging with the EZ1601-01 all-in-one PC. The “EZ” stands for “easy on the wallet” — I should have been in advertising — as the machine is priced at just $399. Read More

  • Review: Averatec D1133 18.4-inch All-In-One PC

    In a move to offer inexpensive all-in-one computers to consumers, many companies are fitting Intel’s Atom processors into small form factor PCs and selling them for around $500 to $600. Averatec has adopted a similar approach with the D1133 but has instead bumped the CPU up to a dual-core 1.5GHz AMD chip along with ATI Radeon 3200 graphics and then priced the system to move at… Read More

  • ViewSonic VPC100 all-in-one now shipping to US retailers

    In case you hadn’t heard, ViewSonic — fine purveyor of affordable LCD monitors — has crossed over into the all-in-one desktop market. The company’s new VPC100 is now shipping to US retailers with an MSRP of $599. Read More

  • Quick Look: 18.4-inch Averatec D1100 All-In-One PC

    The 18.4-inch D1100 from Averatec showed up at my house recently and I thought, hey, lazy Saturday — let’s set it up. I had forgotten the specs, the price, and all the relevant details but when I had gotten everything together (a process which took less than ten minutes) I can tell you that I’m impressed by how nice the computer looks. Especially since — surprise! Read More

  • Averatec announces 25.5-inch all-in-one, prices it aggressively at $999

    Averatec has just announced a gigantic all-in-one PC for $999. This one’s a doozy, folks. A doozy in a good way. The D1200 series features a 25.5-inch LCD monitor with an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.5GHz CPU, 320GB hard drive, and 4GB of RAM nestled snugly behind it. Read More

  • Dell Studio One 19 multi-touch all-in-one now available

    Dell’s all-in-one “Studio One 19″ series is now available in the US starting at $699. That’ll get you a 2.5GHz dual-core Intel CPU, an 18.5 inch LCD at 1366×768, 2GB of RAM, a slot-load DVD burner, nVidia GeForce 9200 graphics, built-in webcam, and a 320GB hard drive. Read More

  • Shuttle X50 all-in-one features dual-core Atom CPU, touchscreen, carrying handle

    Are we almost to the point where we can carry our computers from room to room? What’s next, using a computer on top of your lap? Insanity! The Shuttle X50 features a 15.6-inch touchscreen and the dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor, all in a thin and light package with a thoughtful carrying handle that doubles – doubles!!! – as a stand for the ultimate in table, desk… Read More

  • MSI’s 20-inch Wind Top AE2010 built for fun

    MSI is showing off the AE2010 Wind Top at CeBIT in Germany this week. It’s an all-in-one with a 20-inch 1600×900 touchscreen LCD, AMD’s 780G chipset, and a dedicated Universal Video Decoder (UVD) chip that’s capable of handling HD video with the greatest of ease. Read More

  • The MSI Wind NetOn AP1900, she’s skinny

    Eat! Eat! You’re skin and bones! MSI has officially announced the Wind NetOn AP1900, an all-in-one computer measuring just 35 millimeters (1.37 inches) thick. MSI is calling it the world’s slimmest. Read More

  • Dell kicks XPS One line up a notch with 24-inch LCDs

    The Dell XPS One line of all-in-one PCs has added two new models, each with 24-inch screens (the other models have 20-inch screens) and 4GB of RAM, standard. One starts at $1,699 and features a quad-core Intel Q8200 processor, Vista Home Premium, DVD burner, 4GB of RAM, 320GB SATA hard drive, integrated Intel GMA X4500HD graphics, and a SoundBlaster Audigy HD sound card. The other starts… Read More

  • Eee all-in-one touchscreen PC: a good first step


    Remember that Eee Monitor from a while back? Well! It’s all growns up and it’s sporting a touchscreen and Windows XP. I have to say, though, as nice as it would be to have a little XP touchscreen around the house, the specs are a little lacking: 1GB of RAM, a 1.6GHz Atom processor, 160GB HDD, and 128GBMB (heh) of shared graphics. The 15.6-inch screen would be nice to run your… Read More

  • HP TouchSmart iQ504 and iQ506 now available

    Announced last month at HP’s Connecting Your World conference in Berlin (Peter was there), the HP TouchSmart iQ504 and iQ506 PCs are now available for purchase. Suggested retail pricing is $1,299 for the iQ504 and $1,499 for the iQ506, but you can find them for about a hundred bucks less on Amazon.com and they’re also available at plenty of other retailers. Read More

  • Averatec back from the dead with new all-in-one PC

    Remember Averatec? T’was once Sotec and appears to now be TriGem Computer peddling PCs and notebooks under the Averatec brand name? Whatever the case may be, there’s a new all-in-one on the market for $1,199 for those of you still interested in skinny-but-sorta-powerful computers. The Averatec All-in-One PC (as it’s called) consists of a 22-inch screen at 1680×1050… Read More