Gateway has updated its all-in-one PC range, adding the distinctively designed Gateway One ZX4951 and One ZX6951 models that will sit alongside the company's existing premium machines. Sized at 21.5- and 23-inches respectively, the ZX4951 and ZX6951 both support Full HD, have touchscreen displays and are VESA mountable.
As we near the holiday season, it's expected that companies will begin to unveil brand new hardware set-ups, and upgrades to previously released items. This time around, Dell's just unveiled their brand new All-in-One PC, the Inspiron One 23, as well as an update to the Zino home computer, with the Inspiron Zino HD. Both systems are all set to go on sale this weekend, and should be an attractive option for plenty of consumers out there looking for new PC options.
HP has outed a trio of new PCs, including the HP TouchSmart 310 and HP Omni100 desktops, and the HP TouchSmart tm2 convertible notebook. The TouchSmart 310 is a 20-inch all-in-one running AMD's 2.8GHz Athlon II 240e dual-core CPU with 4GB of RAM and a 1TB HDD; it has a TV tuner, DVD burner and multitouch capable display.
It's been over a year, as of this writing, since the original version of Always Innovating's Touch Book started making its way into customer's hands. Immediately following that, early reviews seemed to be all over the place. From people enjoying not only the concept, but also the hardware and software, to people who were basically displeased with everything. But, the good news must have sunk in at Always Innovating, because the company has just made known their next "version" of the Touch Book, known as the Smart Book. And they're definitely treading into some creative waters.
Lenovo might be best known for their ThinkPad notebooks and ominous black ThinkStation desktops, but the company continues to push ahead with its range of all-in-ones. The new Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z is aimed at both consumer and business users, and while the range kicks off at $929 with a mere Pentium CPU, the model on the SlashGear test bench today is the multitouch-capable touchscreen version complete with a 3.2GHz Intel Core i5 processor. Check out how it performs after the cut.
As far as product announcements go, there's no better way for a company to make an imapact than to announce a whole bunch of new things, all at once. That's the mind state for ASUS today, anyway, as the company has just announced that seven brand new all-in-one-PCs will be hitting the market some time in the near future. While they announce plenty about the PCs themselves, there's still a couple of very important things missing from the announcement.
There are plenty of options for folks who want a computer now-a-days. You can have the traditional monitor and tower, or if you're short on space, you can cram it all into one, and get yourself an aptly named "all-in-one" system. For example, you can get your hands on the MSI Wind Top AE2280 right now, if you are so inclined. And while it may look like a standard AiO solution for your home or office, it's hiding something underneath the hood that may just sway your fence-sitting decision.
As people grow more used to reaching out and stabbing at displays with their fingers, the all-in-one touchscreen PC market keeps expanding. Gateway could almost be considered stalwarts of the segment; their latest model is the Gateway One ZX6900-01e, a 23-inch Full HD desktop packing Intel's latest Core i3 processor. But is it a touch of genius? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.
The sales message is clear: buy NEC's new Valuestar N VN790/BS 3D all-in-one, freshly launched in Japan, and get a gobful of whale. Initially promised last month - though a little earlier than expected - the 20-inch desktop has a 1,600 x 900 2D/3D capable display, Blu-ray drive and a CPU from Intel's mobile line-up.
Only at Lenovo could a designer say "we want as many crazy ideas as we can come up with" over a montage of near-identical black desktop computers, but you have to admire the company's consistency. They're previewing the upcoming ThinkCentre M90z, a new all-in-one touchscreen machine.
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Gateway doesn't want to be left in the wind when it comes to news today, and they've managed to work up quite a good bit of press about their ZX Series of All-in-One PCs. This time around, the series is getting a bit of a refreshing addition, in the fact that two new models are being introduced. Please welcome the Gateway ZX4300-01e and ZX6900-01e. The names have a ring to them, don't they?