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  • aakash_sin - Thursday, March 20, 2014 - link

    More than the AIOs (generally featuring low end specs), I am really interested in Mini-ITX based platforms, especially for gaming (nvidia's Maxwell & intel's broadwell would really help in driving down the thermals). Reply
  • Azhrei - Thursday, March 20, 2014 - link

    If Ready Mode actually works with software like Plex or various bittorrent clients, I might just end up upgrading. My gaming PC's CPU is getting a bit long in the tooth but is still adequate for gaming. However, it's also doing double duty as a Plex server and using up too much power idling. Ready Mode might be what convinces me it's finally time to upgrade and get my electricity bill lower. Reply
  • Aikouka - Thursday, March 20, 2014 - link

    Ian, when looking at the AIOs in Best Buy the other day, I saw that Dell has an 18" portable AIO. It's really just a giant Windows 8 tablet with a docking station, but they market it as an AIO. Reply
  • jdrch - Thursday, March 20, 2014 - link

    The problem I see with Ready Mode is that it leaves UI - and hence much of the UX - in the hands of entities that are historically awful at developing UI (i.e. most PC OEMs). Reply

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