With the push towards more powerful AIOs and tablets, ASUS have decided you can have both in one device. At their press conference today ASUS announced the new ASUS Transformer AIO. ASUS seem to want to convert everything to a ‘Transformer’, and this device is no exception. As an AIO it sits with a dock containing a powerful system behind it using discrete graphics and an Ivy Bridge processor. As a ‘tablet’, it comes with a slide out wedge to use on a surface at an angle. The Transformer AIO will also be dual OS – both Android and Windows 8, and should seamlessly switch between them both. In tablet mode, this means using a remote desktop-like interface to be able to...
Lenovo today announced yet another addition to it’s M-series enterprise class all-in-ones with the new M71z. The new AIOs are aimed specifically at large businesses, schools and government...6 by Saumitra Bhagwat on 8/9/2011
Rounding out Asus’s Computex 2011 day one announcements is the ET2700, the company’s first 27 inch all-in-one PC. The prototype had previously been on display at CeBIT, but it’s getting...40 by Ryan Smith on 5/30/2011
Today Lenovo brings thin and Sandy Bridge to your desks and your laps. Leaked last month, the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 will make a strong case for itself to corporate...31 by Jason Inofuentes on 5/16/2011