All-in-one PC

Gateway ZX4300-01e & ZX6900-01e Refresh Series of All-in-One Touchscreens

Gateway ZX4300-01e & ZX6900-01e Refresh Series of All-in-One Touchscreens

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?

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NEC 3D all-in-one PC due by end of 2010

NEC 3D all-in-one PC due by end of 2010

NEC Japan have announced their plans to have a 3D all-in-one desktop computer on the market by the end of the year.  The unnamed PC - specifications of which are currently unknown - was announced alongside a range of slightly less exciting netbooks and notebooks with integrated digital TV tuners.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z Review

Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z Review

Lenovo's attempts at all-in-one PCs have so far been confined to their consumer-centric lines, but with the ThinkCentre A70z they're pushing for your office (or at least your home-office). A sober black monolith with a surprisingly affordable price tag, Lenovo have paired the A70z with ambitious boot-time promises; is that enough to score a place on your desk? Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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Lenovo C200 all-in-one and IdeaPad S10-3s pack Ion 2 GPU

Lenovo C200 all-in-one and IdeaPad S10-3s pack Ion 2 GPU

Lenovo's all-in-one C200 was among the roll-call of machines using the second-gen NVIDIA Ion GPU, and the company have finally launched it.  Centered around an 18.5-inch 16:9 display - with an optional touchscreen layer - the Lenovo C200 has a choice of Intel Atom processors and a standard DVD burner; Ion graphics are optional.  Meanwhile the C200 has also brought a friend in the shape of the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3s netbook, a slimmer version of the previous S10-3 complete with Ion.

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Toshiba All-in-One PC plans for Q2 2010 leaked

Toshiba All-in-One PC plans for Q2 2010 leaked

Toshiba isn't known for its range of all-in-one PCs outside of Japan, probably because the company hasn't actually bothered exporting them. However, that's apparently all set to change; according to industry sources, Toshiba has been working on a new line of all-in-ones and is set to launch them in North America and Europe come Q2 2010.

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ViewSonic VNB132 & VNB141 ViewBooks and VPC190 all-in-one hit shelves

ViewSonic VNB132 & VNB141 ViewBooks and VPC190 all-in-one hit shelves

ViewSonic's latest notebooks and all-in-one desktop have finally gone on sale after being unveiled at CES 2010 back in January.  The ViewSonic VNB132 ViewBook and VNB141 ViewBook have 13.3- and 14-inch displays respectively and use Intel's CULV processors, while the ViewSonic VPC190 All-In-One has an 18.5-inch display and an Intel Atom D510 processor.

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Acer Aspire Z5600 Review – Multi-touch capable All-in-one PC

Acer Aspire Z5600 Review – Multi-touch capable All-in-one PC

Windows 7 touchscreen PCs are slowly growing in number, but the all-in-ones we've generally seen have used notebook components rather than desktop ones. That makes for a more compact machine, certainly, but it does mean you miss out on processing power. Acer's Aspire Z5600, however, packs a full desktop CPU along with a 23-inch multitouch-capable display, and the company sent us over their first review unit to see how well it performs.

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Kid Computer unveils overpriced AIO aimed at children

Kid Computer unveils overpriced AIO aimed at children

When my son turned eight, he started asking me if he could have his own computer. He and his buddies talked at school about cool kid oriented websites like Fusion Fall and other sites they advertise at seemingly every commercial break on Cartoon Network.

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MSI CES 2010 range hands-on: Wind U160, X-Slim, more

MSI CES 2010 range hands-on: Wind U160, X-Slim, more

MSI have rolled out their CES 2010 line-up, and we stopped by to grab some hands-on time with the new laptops, netbooks and all-in-ones.  While the company might have made a particular name for itself with its budget Wind netbooks and X-Slim ultraportables - with the new Wind U160 and WiMAX-ready U135, together with the X-Slim X620 making their debut this week - they've also got some more horsepower-ready machines, including the Core i5- and i7-based G-Series gaming laptops.

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Lenovo C310 and IdeaCentre A300 and K320 desktops & all-in-ones unveiled

Lenovo C310 and IdeaCentre A300 and K320 desktops & all-in-ones unveiled

While most of Lenovo's new CES 2010 range is made up of notebooks or netbooks, the company have a few desktops on offer too.  As well as an update to their entry-level all-in-one, the new Lenovo C310, there's a super-slim model - the Lenovo IdeaCentre A300 - measuring just 18.5mm deep while still packing a Full HD 21.5-inch display, and a new desktop tower, the Lenovo IdeaCentre K320 with Core i3, i5 or i7 processors.

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NorhTec Gecko Surfboard: $99 Linux PC in a keyboard

NorhTec Gecko Surfboard: $99 Linux PC in a keyboard

The oft-delayed ASUS Eee Keyboard is a great concept - squeezing everything from a nettop into a QWERTY form-factor - but what if your computing ambitions are even more moderate?  NorhTec reckon they have the product for you in the shape of the Gecko Surfboard, outwardly a regular QWERTY keyboard but actually packed with a 1GHz x86 system-on-chip (SoC), VGA and composite video outputs, 10/100 ethernet and optional WiFi b/g or even 3G.  The idea is you can hook it up to your TV or a spare monitor and get online without the hassle, bulk or cost of a regular nettop or PC.

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ASUS EeeTop PC ET2002 Review

ASUS EeeTop PC ET2002 Review

Back when we reviewed the ASUS Eee Top ET1602 late last year, we suggested it could be the epitome of a niche product: netbook hardware squeezed into an unusual desktop case. Now all-in-ones are more common, and so ASUS have returned with an updated design, bigger screen and more media-centric intentions. The ASUS Eee Top ET2002-B024C sticks with Intel's Atom CPU range but now pairs it with NVIDIA's Ion graphics chipset for potentially 1080p High-Definition performance. Check out the full SlashGear review after the cut.

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