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IT Show 2013: ASUS unveils an all-in-one PC transformer

7 Mar
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ASUS Transformer AiO

It’s a PC. No, it’s a tablet. No, it’s both.

Not content to let Lenovo and Sony steal the show with humongous desk-bound tablets, ASUS has unveiled its own take on the “coffee table computer” – the ASUS Transformer AiO.

True to its transformer moniker, the computer runs both Windows 8 and Android 4.1, and has both an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor and an Intel Core processor.

Tagged in: android, PCs, Tablet, all-in-one, android, asus, IT Show, PC, tablet, transformer, Windows 8,  

Snap open the screen to upgrade HP’s Z1 all-in-one workstation

25 Mar

You’ve seen the Apple iMac and other all-in-one PCs from HP, Acer and Dell make homes look a lot more stylish with their monolithic designs that integrate both screen and processing unit.

Now, your office can look as cool, while providing the needed oomph of a workstation machine. Say hi to HP’s new Z1 workstation PC that not only takes on the form of the consumer design, but also lets you snap open the screen to upgrade and replace components in the machine – something that all-in-ones never excelled in.

Tagged in: CPU, Enterprise, graphics cards, PCs, all-in-one, HP, iMac, Intel Xeon, Nvidia Quadro, workstation, Z1,