We already had a long list of ASUS announcements and releases going around on the web pages and here we have another video from ASUS. It recently posted a video which featured an upcoming all in one PC which is probably on its way already. This all in one PC has been tagged as the model ET2321.
Getting to know what your market wants is really very important if your brand is not planning to sell itself short. Now we don’t have much clue about why the GTA V isn’t being available for PC, but someone from Intel has claimed that it was partially due to money changing hands and so the game won’t be solely for the console for long.
Acer has added yet another product offering tot its vast range of existing product portfolio with its launch of the latest PC, Aspire ZC-605 All-in-One. This new PC which has been equipped with the Windows 8 operating systems comes with LED backlit feature and a 19.5 inch display. It comes with the 1.9 GHz Pentium 2127U dual core processor with 4 GB of RAM and it all doesn’t end here; the PC comes with a hard drive of 1 TB and a Super Multi optical drive.
We are all gamers here at ThinkComputers, but first and foremost we are PC Gamers. Ubisoft unveiled their new title The Division at E3 2013 in June, which to me was one of the best games shown at the show. The game is an online open world role playing game based in New York City which has been devastated by a viral outbreak. It was unclear if the title would be available on PC when it was first announced.
Just today ASUS unveiled the ET2301, an all-in-one desktop PC that’s the ideal for the day to day needs of today’s home users. This 23-inch Full HD display can be located at approximately any angle for comfortable 10-point multi-touch control. It constitutes the 4th generation Intel Core desktop processor, besides this the ET2301 AiO PC offers IPS display technology for excellent color resolution and wide viewing angles also equipped with ASUS SonicMaster Premium technology with an influential array speaker and desktop Intel Thunderbolt for connectivity.
MSI has just announced their Adora24 All-in-One PC. As you can guess it is a 24-inch unit that is made for both professional as well as personal use. For starters you have two processor options: Intel Core i3-3120M 2.5Ghz and Intel Core i5-32300M 2.6Ghz as well as NVIDIA GeForce GT 740M graphics.
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.
We interact with computer technology every day. Yet most people know very little about how they work, their strange and magical inner-processes continue to remain a mystery. When you open up your laptop, power up a desktop, or give an Android tablet a whirl, there’s an intricate mechanical process occurring inside. Here’s a simplified infographic to show you what happens when your computer boots up.
Some fierce rivalries in the tech industry have played out over the last decade or so, and it has been fascinating to see how this plays out in the field of tech PR. Many of these struggles have led to much acrimony and lawsuits. In many ways though, consumers actually benefit from these rivalries as each main player tries to outdo each other in product and service offerings. Here are a couple of some of the most famous rivalries that have garnered much attention in tech PR.
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.
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