All-in-one PC

Lenovo E and M Series AIO PCs Equipped with Discrete Graphics and SSHDs

Lenovo E and M Series AIO PCs Equipped with Discrete Graphics and SSHDs

Lenovo has trotted out four new all-in-one desktop computers this week that have some very nice available hardware. The quartet of all-in-one desktop computers have some very nice available hardware along with improved cable management and new mounting options. Those new mounting options include Lenovo's ThinkCenter UltraFlex Stand.

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HP ENVY Rove 20 Review

HP ENVY Rove 20 Review

Is it a tablet, or an All-in-One PC, or some hybrid of the two? The HP ENVY Rove 20 walks the line in-between, a 20-inch desktop that, thanks to an onboard battery, can make the trip from home office, to kitchen, to bedroom, and back without interrupting what you're working on or watching. Windows 8 is all about touch and convergence, and the ENVY Rove 20 delivers on both, but is it best of both worlds or just a compromise? Read on for the full SlashGear review.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M93z AIO packs Haswell, 1080p display

Lenovo ThinkCentre M93z AIO packs Haswell, 1080p display

Lenovo just outed a few new ThinkCentre machines today, including the "tiny" M93p, as well as a new all-in-one computer that packs Intel's latest Haswell chips. The company also unveiled the M83 and E93 desktop towers with Haswell inside as well. All of these new machines are built for businesses and come with a corporate state of mind.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M93p desktop keeps it “Tiny”

Lenovo ThinkCentre M93p desktop keeps it “Tiny”

If you've seen some of Lenovo's previous efforts in the miniature desktop machine environment, you'll know that they're aiming to be the best immediately, if not soon. Though they've not got the marketing hype of the newest Mac Pro, they're certainly part of the same modern environment - they've got a rather similar aim, that is - packing as much power and high-end features into one super-small form factor as they possibly can - that's what's coming in the ThinkCentre M93p.

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Samsung desktop PC business shuttered: 2014 tablets to outnumber phones

Samsung desktop PC business shuttered: 2014 tablets to outnumber phones

Samsung will ditch its desktop PC business, the company has reportedly confirmed, shuttering the division in favor of tablets, notebooks, and all-in-ones which still grab consumer attention. "Demand for conventional desktop PCs is going down" an unnamed Samsung Electronics exec told The Korea Times; instead, the company will "allocate our resources to popular connected and portable devices" the exec said, complete with a gush of new tablets in 2014. Updated after the cut.

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HP Slate 21 All-in-One bizarrely blends Android tablet and desktop

HP Slate 21 All-in-One bizarrely blends Android tablet and desktop

HP's Slate series of tablets is getting ideas above its station, with the new HP Slate 21 trying to edge in on the company's all-in-one range. The odd hybrid runs Android on an NVIDIA Tegra 4 chip, rather than Windows as you might expect from an HP all-in-one PC, and is fronted by a 21.5-inch Full HD touchscreen with ten-finger multitouch support. HP is positioning the Slate 21 as ideal for multimedia consumption and web browsing, along with video calls.

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Samsung ATIV One 5 Style hands-on

Samsung ATIV One 5 Style hands-on

Samsung isn't all about phones, tablets, and laptops. Today during their Premiere event, they announced a new all-in-one called the ATIV One 5 Style and they're aiming to take a chunk out of the all-in-one market for themselves. As always, we ended up getting some hands-on time with the new machine -- all 21.5 inches of it.

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Samsung ATIV One 5 Style official: Largest ATIV yet

Samsung ATIV One 5 Style official: Largest ATIV yet

We've already seen a number of new Samsung ATIV devices being unveiled today, but the company just dumped an all-in-one on us, and they're calling it the ATIV One 5 Style. It's a desktop computer with the internal components built inside the display unit (as most all-in-ones are), but the One 5 Style sports a really thin profile.

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Alienware’s tablet and phone are designed (you just can’t have them yet)

Alienware’s tablet and phone are designed (you just can’t have them yet)

Alienware has already designed its competitor in the gaming tablet market, but don't expect to see the slate near shelves any time soon: unlike rivals, the company just isn't convinced the hardware is ready for primetime. While the aesthetic of the tablet - to match the new Alienware 14, 17, and 18 - has been settled on, along with an Alienware smartphone and an all-in-one PC, company general manager Frank Azor told us, "just because it looks good, doesn't mean that it's actually going to deliver on our brand tenets."

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Toshiba rolls out entertainment PCs and redesigned Haswell-based Satellite laptops

Toshiba rolls out entertainment PCs and redesigned Haswell-based Satellite laptops

In addition to the Tegra 4-based Android tablets Toshiba announced today, the company also unveiled several new entertainment PCs and refreshed Satellite laptops, which run on "Haswell" fourth-generation Intel Core processors. The Satellite laptops will be available from Toshiba online June 9, while the entertainment systems have a more vague date of "mid-June".

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Acer Aspire Z3 All-in-one PC tunes up touch with Full HD

Acer Aspire Z3 All-in-one PC tunes up touch with Full HD

This week Acer has appeared at Computex with several next-generation computers, the largest of which is a 23-inch display-toting all-in-one PC with ultra HD resolution, this machine called the Aspire Z3. This PC's 23-inch screen works with 1080p Full HD LED-backlit LCD technology and 10-point touch, made for families and multi-person working environments with its 178-degree viewing angles. Inside users will find an Intel Core processor (which generation we'll find out soon) as well as Intel HD graphics.

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PSA: Acer’s Android all-in-one won’t roll with Haswell

PSA: Acer’s Android all-in-one won’t roll with Haswell

Earlier this year a device code-named DA220HQL was introduced to the world - silently - this being the same device appearing along technology newslines being reported as brand new, and coming soon with Haswell inside. What's actually happened here is a bit of a mistaken identity - the device in question is, indeed, already on the market - and it comes with a dual-core Texas Instruments processor inside.

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