All-In-One systems usually have certain things going for them. Clear definable features make them what they are, but every once in a while a company creates a model that can be mistaken for a PC monitor. ASUS seems to have unleashed one that does not look any different from a normal display, at least from the front...

While the name may sound more like a really large airplane, the Lenovo A530 is one of the most remarkably stylish All-In-One computers to come out in a really long time. The Chinese company has focused on greater mobility for this new desktop model, one of the three AiO computers that it recently announced. And the...

I previously said that the PC desktop world is going to start shifting away from towers in favor of touch-based all-in-ones. With that in mind, we have another announcement for all-in-ones, this time for Acer. Before jumping in to what Acer is offering, let’s talk about design. One of the driving elements for success...

Previously known more for its TV and monitor line, Vizio seems to be pushing hard into the PC world. Whether or not there is room for Vizio or not remains unseen. That being said, they certainly have a few interesting looking offerings on hand. Vizio’s new range of Windows 8 devices include two all-in-one machines and...

Dell recently gave a sneak peek into their new line of tablets, ultrabooks and all in ones. First up is the Dell Latitude 10 tablet. The tablet sports encryption, media policy tools, an easily swappable battery, a fingerprint scanner and smart card reader for really robust security needs. It has an Intel Atom...

Lenovo is revealing yet another multi-touch all in one unit. This one is called the IdeaCentre A520. This 23-inch IPS display is 0.8 inches thick, offers a 1920 x 1080 resolution and supports ten-finger multitouch running Windows 8. In addition, it has HDMI-in and HDMI-out ports as well as USB 3.0 and USB 2.0...

Dell 27 inch Back At IFA in Berlin, Dell has announced the addition of a 10-point touchscreen to its XPS One 27 all-in-one desktop computer. This augments the unit’s existing 27-inch quad-HD display. The new version will have a reclining stand (different from the original shown above), allowing users to view and...

Samsung was the very first hardware vendor who made a tablet for Windows 8. If you followed the Build conference you  must remember  the Samsung slate which was distributed by Microsoft at the Build conference which had Windows 8 Developer Preview pre-installed. This week at Computex Samsung is showing off a cool...