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Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO Y910 puts legit gaming specs in 17.3 QHD all-in-one

Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO Y910 puts legit gaming specs in 17.3 QHD all-in-one

Can an all-in-one PC really cut mustard as a gaming machine? Lenovo's new IdeaCentre AIO Y910 wants to demonstrate it can, packing the scant space behind a 17.3-inch display with the sort of processor and graphics that wouldn't be embarrassed in a regular desktop at your friendly neighborhood LAN party.

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Surface AIO trio tipped as Surface Book 2 hinge said squeezed

Surface AIO trio tipped as Surface Book 2 hinge said squeezed

Microsoft is testing a trio of Surface All-in-One desktops as well as a new Surface Book design that could address the original notebook's most controversial feature, according to the latest leaks. Chatter of a Surface AIO broke back in July, with rumors of a new, large-screen PC developed by Microsoft's in-house team and intended for the living room.

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Acer Chromebase 24 all-in-one gets relaunched for Meetings

Acer Chromebase 24 all-in-one gets relaunched for Meetings

In early 2014, Google announced its new Chromebox for Meetings initiative that put Chrome OS almost literally at the heart of the enterprise, providing both computing power and software for making easy and secure video conferences. At that time, Chromeboxes themselves, even with the Meetings part, were fresh off the grill. Along with ASUS and HP, Acer was one of the earliest to adopt Google's business-friendly solutions. Now it's at it again, not with a Chromebox, but with its Chromebase 24, delivering what is the first ever Chromebase for Meetings.

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Alcatel Xess “tablet” to run multitasking Android flavor Phoenix OS

Alcatel Xess “tablet” to run multitasking Android flavor Phoenix OS

Google designed the Pixel C hardware for productivity, but the Android software running on it didn't seem to get the memo. Excellent for smartphones, tablets, and even TVs, "vanilla" Android has not scaled well to PC-like use cases. Companies like Jide, not to mention some crowdfunded projects, have dared to go where Google still refuses to venture. One such attempt is Phoenix OS, which, like Remix OS, spins Android into a more traditional desktop form. Now, it seems that Phoenix has gained a major backer, with Alcatel showing off the OS running on its equally odd Xess "tablet".

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2015 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display Review: Maxed-out

2015 27-inch iMac with Retina 5K Display Review: Maxed-out

Some doubted an all-in-one could deliver what a professional needed, but the 2015 iMac with Retina 5K display is looking to not only disprove that but squash such suspicions completely. Updated this year with Intel's newest "Skylake" sixth-generation processors and a brand new Retina resolution screen, Apple's newest iMac promises not only to be faster than ever before, but the very best way to display your work.

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MSI’s new AIO is as strange as it is expensive

MSI’s new AIO is as strange as it is expensive

When you think of a desktop gaming rig, you probably think of some beefy case with glowing lights and a nice monitor to compliment it. Well, MSI has a different idea about what a desktop gaming machine should look like, and it's a lot thinner than you'd imagine. Their new Gaming 27T is an all-in-one machine that boasts some serious specs.

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Samsung’s 18.4-inch Galaxy View gets a ton of leaked pics

Samsung’s 18.4-inch Galaxy View gets a ton of leaked pics

A few months ago, it was hinted that Samsung was working on an Android tablet that would dwarf the Galaxy Note PRO, so far its largest. A few details have floated around the Internet bearing some mixed specs that have incurred mixed reactions. Initially believed to be a sort of Android Surface Pro, the Galaxy View, as it is being called, is anything but. With an 18.4-inch display, the tablet is really more a monitor, or practically an all-in-one computer that you can carry around. That is, if you really want to.

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Lenovo YOGA Home 900 hands-on: Upgrade your table

Lenovo YOGA Home 900 hands-on: Upgrade your table

Is it a big tablet or a portable all-in-one PC? Lenovo doesn't particularly mind which classification the YOGA Home 900 falls into: the important thing is that the 27-inch touchscreen surface finds a spot in your home, no matter what you figure on doing with it.

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Lenovo YOGA Home 900 puts 3hr battery in 27″ all-in-one

Lenovo YOGA Home 900 puts 3hr battery in 27″ all-in-one

Giant tablet, or wire-free all-in-one PC? Lenovo's new YOGA Home 900 straddles things with a foot in each camp, a 27-inch full Windows 10 PC that's just as comfortable on your desk or kitchen counter as it is being taken outside into the garden courtesy of its three hour battery.

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HP’s ENVY Curved All-in-One is 34-inches of awesome

HP’s ENVY Curved All-in-One is 34-inches of awesome

There's nothing quite like a 34-inch, super-widescreen, curved All-in-One PC to grab your attention. Expect guests to give you half of their attention - at most - if you bring HP's new ENVY Curved All-in-One into your home. The broad Windows 10 desktop has a 2,000 mm curved radius, and with WQHD+ resolution can easily put two regularly-sized windows side-by-side.

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Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO 700 PC is for home entertainment

Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO 700 PC is for home entertainment

Joining Lenovo’s newly unveiled business all-in-one PC is another similar model intended for the average family — the maker hails it as a home entertainment option, though it is obviously for more than consuming media. The IdeaCentre AIO 700 series comes in two flavors: a 24 inch model and a 27 inch model. They’re both similar, but with their own features — the 24 inch model features an Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 resolution, while the 27 inch also has a Full HD resolution option. Both AIO’s are frameless with a 10-point multi touch touchscreen.

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Acer puts Windows 10 on its touchscreen iMac rivals

Acer puts Windows 10 on its touchscreen iMac rivals

Acer has revamped its skinny all-in-one PC, slotting Windows 10 and full-touch into the Aspire Z3-710. The 23.8-inch desktop has a Full HD display with 10-finger multitouch, while inside are Intel's processors with up to a Core i5-4590T supported. Meanwhile, Acer offers up to 2TB of storage, though there's no SSD option at this stage.

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