It seems like the big tablet / AIO market has become one of the main interests of many PC and device makers. We can well agree with the fact when Samsung announced it ATIV Q tablet which is a 13 inch convertible slate running both Windows 8 and Android 4.2 and now it looks like that HP is has the same plan cooking in its mind. Yes! It’s true; HP is planning to move on with its own line of devices with another major desktop AIO.
We are always looking forward to see what this giant company has to give us next. This time Samsung unveiled three new Windows 8 PCs under the brand of ATIV which include ATIV Book 9 Plus, ATIV Book 9 Lite and ATIV One 5 Style. These were launched at an event held in London.
Ultra-Widescreens have not really caught on just yet, but LG sure thinks they will and has created the first all-in-one ultra-widescreen desktop using their EA93 29-inch Ultra-widescreen display. The V960 all-in-one features a screen resolution of 2560 x 1080, is powered by an NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M GPU and Intel Core i5 processor.
While Antec may have been one of the first to get into the all-in-one cooling game, their units proved to be “just ok” and nothing to really write home about. Well at Computex this are unveiling two new all-in-one watercooling unit, the Kühler H2O 1250 and Kühler H2O 650. Both coolers support the latest CPU socket types which include LGA115x, LGA1366, LGA2011, AM3+/AM3, and FM2/FM1.
HP has officially announced the all in one HP Envy Rove 20. First Sony released the Tap 20, Lenovo tagged along with its Horizon and now HP has come up with three new gadgets. It’s an all in one touch screen that you can actually grab and carry around anywhere from room to room. It’s a tablet PC with a 20 inch touch screen. An added advantage is its push button at the back which releases a hinge so you don’t have to open the stand with your hand. This spring-loaded frame folds flat in the frame behind. It weighs 11.86 pounds which can be considered portable but at the sometime it’s a half pound heavier than the Sony’s Tap 20. Screen resolution is 1080p which is extremely smooth allowing you to operate it as more of a tablet or a twenty first century board game machine.
hermaltake’s line of Water 2.0 all-in-one CPU coolers have been extremely popular. We have reviewed the Water 2.0 Extreme, Performer & Pro. Thermaltake is announcing the brand new line of Water 3.0 all-in-one CPU coolers. Just like the Water 2.0 line they will be made up of the Water 3.0 Extreme, Water 3.0 Pro and Water 3.0 Performer.
In every industry there is always at least one company that seems to always be on top. No matter what product they are releasing they always sell well and everyone seems to love them. Without a doubt one of these companies is Corsair. As an owner of one of the original Corsair AIO’s, the H70, I am very interested to see how far they’ve come over the years. Today we will be taking a look at one of their most recent AIO units, the H80i. At the mid-top end of Corsairs line and with so many AIO cooling units on the market, lets take this cooler for a test drive and find out where it falls when the heat is turned up.
MSI’s Gaming Series of products is mainly made up of motherboards and video cards, but MSI has just added to that as they have launched the AG2712 27-inch All-in-One Gaming PC. MSI is touting the AG2712 as “the world’s first 27-inch Gaming All-in-One PC”. The system is based of mobile NVIDIA and Intel hardware. It is powered by an Intel Ivy Bridge Mobile Core i7 3630QM processor and an a NVIDIA GTX 670MX graphics card.
You have probably noticed there are a lot of AIO coolers on the market today. It seems like every other week a company is launching a new AIO unit, or a new company is bringing their first to market. Most of these units are built by watercooling systems manufacturer Asetek. Today we’re going to take a look at the Cooler Master Seidon 240M, this one is designed and built in house by Cooler Master…or is it? Follow along as we put this controversial cooler through it’s paces and find out what it can do.
Last week we showed you ASUS’s P1801 All-in-One that also functions as a tablet and now it seems like Dell is following suit. At the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival Dell was showing an XPS 18. It is an 18-inch all-in-one PC that is also an 18-inch tablet. Twitter user @Techpsych said “The XPS 18 rocks!” and tweeted the below photo.