Here's some more all-in-one PC info for you, just in case you like that kind of thing. Shuttle has gone ahead and introduced a new version of their X500 line up, which still rocks that "ultra-thin" veneer. This time around, we've got a new OS for you, and it comes preloaded for your out-of-the-box using pleasure. It's a touchscreen too, so that has to count for something, considering that's all the rage right now, even for computers.
MSI US announced the next generation of all-in-one computing today, the desktop PC called the Wind Top AE2010. The system is upgraded with an AMD Ahtlon X2 Dual Core processor, which provides increased processing power. The Wind Top also comes with a crystal clear 20-inch touch-enabled widescreen display. The display itself is classified with an EPA Energy Star Version 5.0 efficiency rating, which provides customers with a powerful PC, as well as a ridiculously aesthetically pleasing look to it.
It seems like most of the time when I see a new computer getting launched it's either a netbook, nettop, or an all-in-one PC. All-in-ones and nettops are being aimed increasingly at business users who need a cheap computer for basic computing tasks.
If you are the type who jumped all over the all-in-one PC the first time they came down in price the perfect quasi computer desk for you has just tipped up and it's called the iropod. Unfortunately, it's apparently not available as a desk only. The weird device is an articulating arm on wheels that has a little tray for a keyboard.