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Samsung Series 7 All-in-One hands-on

Samsung Series 7 All-in-One hands-on

Could your next desktop PC feature a full blown touchscreen? If the products being demoed at Computex 2012 are any indication, then the answer is most likely yes. Samsung has shown off a new Series 7 All-in-One PC at the event. The PC features a 27-inch screen with a 2560x1440 resolution, and full 10-point multi touch support for Windows 8.

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Dell introduces XPS One 27

Dell introduces XPS One 27

Dell has today introduced a new all-in-one computer in the XPS range, the XPS One 27. As the name suggests, it features a 27-inch display, which has a 2560x1440 resolution with LED backlighting. The computer will ship with the choice of new two Ivy Bridge processors, the Core i5-3450s or the Core i7-3770s. Intel’s HD 4000 integrated GPU will come as standard, but there’s the option to add NVIDIA’s GT 640M GPU with 2GB of RAM also.

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HP Officejet 150 Mobile All-in-One printer hands-on

HP Officejet 150 Mobile All-in-One printer hands-on

This week we've gotten our hands on the next-generation HP mobile all-in-one printer by the name of Officejet 150. This machine is made for mobile professionals and is able to print, scan, and copy. The reason you'll want to pick this machine up is the fact that it's so incredibly compact and works with full-sized 8.5 x 11 inch paper as well as a rechargeable lithium ion battery. You've for Bluetooth connectivity built-in as well as the ability to connect to what HP mentions are "select" mobile devices including Windows Mobile and Blackberry smartphones.

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HP t410 (AiO) All-in-One Smart Zero Client official

HP t410 (AiO) All-in-One Smart Zero Client official

An all-new all-in-one HP computer has been revealed this week and sports HP's brand new OneWire technology, requiring no external power supply because of its ability to be powered by Ethernet connection. This machine is therefor able to operate at 13 watts of power, believe it or not, and sports an 18.5-inch display that is indeed powered solely by Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) technology. This machine is expected to be released sometime this summer and will be blowing your mind then!

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HP unveils new office and consumer all-in-one printers

HP unveils new office and consumer all-in-one printers

HP's taken the wraps off of a handful of new printers for the latter half of 2012, in a variety of price ranges, sizes and configurations. This represents a pretty comprehensive refresh of HP's huge printer line,and new models should start showing up on HP's website and retail partners this summer. The focus is on easy operation, as all the new models feature color touchscreens.

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Toshiba LX815/LX835 all-in-ones feature Ivy Bridge and USB 3.0

Toshiba LX815/LX835 all-in-ones feature Ivy Bridge and USB 3.0

Toshiba has today announced two new products in their desktop all-in-one range, the 21.5-inch LX815 and 23-inch LX835. Toshiba seem to be trying to pack as much power into their products as possible while trying to hit attractive price points, and looking at what’s on offer, they not doing a bad job at all. The PCs will come with 1080p TN displays, and feature the third generation of Intel Core processors, otherwise known as Ivy Bridge.

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Lenovo C325 all-in-one review

Lenovo C325 all-in-one review

The all-in-one form factor presents an interesting use case: it required much of the same external setup as a desktop, but uses laptop parts in most cases and has the same resistance to expansion. The most obviously attractive quality of the all-in-one is that it allows for comfortable desktop-style use while being “easy” - just plug in a mouse and keyboard and you're good to go. With the iMac occupying the top end and various HP and Lenovo consumer models grabbing space just below, there's room for a low-cost option: Lenovo's $599 C325.

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HP unveils 27-inch all in one Z1 Workstation

HP unveils 27-inch all in one Z1 Workstation

Workstations are some of the most powerful computers you can buy... but man, are they boring. With the possible exception of Apple's Mac Pro, there's really no workstation-class machine that inspires desire, despite the backbone that they provide for high-end work in industry. HP may have just changed that with the unveiling of their Z1, the company's first all-in-one workstation. HP showed off the new hardware at their workstation event in Las Vegas.

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Lenovo A7 does touchscreen all-in-one in style

Lenovo A7 does touchscreen all-in-one in style

It's hard for an all-in-one computer to catch our eyes these days, but Lenovo's new A7 unit managed that and then some. At first sight it looks just like a rather large all-in one, until you see the unit bend down to imitate a podium. Then you realize that the computer supports ten-point capacitive touch input on Windows 7, not to mention a considerable laundry list of media features.

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