Your widescreen monitor may not look so wide once you've seen LG's latest screen. Boasting of the seldomly used, as far as computer monitors go, 21:9 ratio, this latest Cine View All in One computer has enough room not just for your regular computing needs but also for some TV viewing on the sides, almost literally.
Dell has rolled out a new lineup of Inspiron laptops and all-in-one desktops, spanning a wide array of screen sizes and space categories. Their new Inspiron laptops have thinner, lighter builds with a “brilliant” touch display. The all-in-one desktops hold 20 and 23-inch screens as well as a revamped form factor.
With the Z1 G2 workstation, HP is hitting a lot of high notes. Highly customizable, intensely powerful, and endlessly useful, the newset HP workstation is a substantial upgrade versus last year’s model. With everything tucked neatly behind the screen, this is a low-profile all-in-one workstation that gets the job done, should you need a lot of power backing your operation.
LG has unveiled the Chromebase, an all-in-one system sporting a 21.5-inch Full HD display and running Chrome OS. LG points towards this as being a world's first type of device, but more to the point, this should provide a solid option for someone who is looking to run Chrome OS, but wants to avoid a notebook. The LG Chromebase is available in black and a multi-color white and silver option.
HP may have just announced a new Android all-in-one PC designed to cater to business, big and small alike, but it hasn't forgotten the still larger portion of the desktop pie: Windows users. Here at CES 2014, we're getting a first-hand look at HP's two new Windows-powered business AIO machines, the HP ProOne 400 G1 and the HP 205.
With Android dominating the smartphone and tablet markets, manufacturers are trying to find new territories to explore. While Lenovo has unveiled an all-in-one Android computer suitable for home use, fellow PC maker HP is taking a more business-minded approach with the HP Slate21 Pro all-in-one, which we're getting a first-hand look here at CES 2014.
Gateway has announced its latest all-in-one computer that will be on the market just in time for holiday shopping. The all-in-one is called the Gateway One ZX4270 and it's specifically designed to be an affordable computer. The machine features a 19.5-inch HD+ display with a non-glare coating and LED backlighting.
Acer has rolled out a new budget all-in-one computer aimed at entry-level shoppers called the Aspire ZC-605. This AIO features a 19.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1600 x 900. One of the best features of this all-in-one is going to be the price, Acer is offering the machine for $599.99. The processor is an old-school Intel Pentium 2127U dual-core unit.
Lenovo has pulled the wraps off several new all-in-one computers. The new AIO machines include the A530, B750, B550, and B350. The most interesting of the new machines is definitely the B750. Lenovo claims that AIO is the world's first featuring 29-inch wide aspect ratio 21:9 frameless display.
Apple wowed us with the new iMac last year, its incredible design borrowing from aerospace construction methods and the sort of screen lamination only done on smartphones like the iPhone, while inside delivering the sort of power desktop users expected. Now, for 2013, comes the updated version: still visually grabbing, but now brought up to speed with faster processors, beefier graphics, and an extra jolt of speed for Apple's own Fusion Drive technology. So, is beauty still more than skin deep? Read on for our full review.
The teardown team at iFixit has taken the time to give a full run-down to the iMac reboot series appearing this week from Apple. What you'll find is a build quite similar to last year's collection of iMac devices, with a few exceptions - beyond that of the obvious upgrades. These models work with new Intel 4th generation Core processors - that's Haswell - along with several display sizes and the ability o work with a Fusion Drive.