All-in-one articles

HP announces new all-in-ones for businesses and consumers

HP has expanded its range of All-in-One systems today with the introduction of four new models, two of them aimed at consumers and the other two targeting business users. All of them have 1080p displays and are available with up…

HP Omni 27 All-In-One PC Review

The Omni 27 Quad is HP's latest all-in-one that shares many aesthetic characteristics with the TouchSmart 520 we recently reviewed, despite being in a different class. Inside we find a third-generation Intel Core i5-3550S Ivy Bridge processor clocked at 3.0GHz, 8GB of DDR3 memory, a 2TB Hitachi hard drive spinning at 7,200 RPM, Radeon HD 6550A graphics and Beats Audio.

There's a 27-inch display tucked behind the edge-to-edge glass that admittedly looks much cleaner than what we saw on the 520. The difference here is that the Omni's 27-inch display isn't touch-sensitive, something a lot of people won't really miss in a pre-Windows 8 desktop system, or a desktop in general.

iMac vs. Windows All-in-Ones: Apple Tax or Not?

When Apple updated its notebook lineup earlier this month we were eager to find out how well the new MacBook Air stacked up next to a couple of Ultrabook alternatives. Turned out the so-called “Apple Tax” wasn’t as much of an issue as Apple detractors often claim.

Now we’re taking a look at another area of the PC market that’s experiencing healthy growth in recent times, comparing Apple’s 27-inch iMac to all-in-one alternatives from the likes of Dell, HP and newcomer Vizio. As we’ve said before, we don’t expect this comparison to be representative of the entire Apple Tax argument, but it will help paint a better picture as we contrast it with our previous findings.

Sony offers a free PS3 or Vita with back-to-school PC

Shopping for a back-to-school computer? Spend your money with Sony and you could walk away with a free gaming console. On the heels of Microsoft's promotion, the Japanese manufacturer has announced that students and faculty who purchase an eligible VAIO…

The All-Purpose All-In-One: HP TouchSmart 520 Review

HP supplied us with their TouchSmart model 520-1070 which they described as the star of their current all-in-one lineup that features a lighter, thinner design and an upgraded version of HP’s Magic Canvas software.

The 23-inch multi-touch AIO is powered by a 2nd generation Intel Core i7-2600S processor clocked at 2.8GHz, 8GB of DDR3 system memory, a 2TB Western Digital Caviar Green hard drive, Radeon HD 6450A graphics and Beats Audio. Additional perks include a built-in TV tuner and HDMI-in, essentially transforming the 520 into a venerable entertainment / gaming station.

Lenovo recalls 50,500 fire-prone ThinkCentre desktops

In cooperation with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, Lenovo has issued a voluntary recall for approximately 50,500 ThinkCentre all-in-one desktops citing a fire hazard. The affected models have a defective power supply that can overheat and, as at least…

Lenovo intros family-oriented all-in-one with Fusion for $699

Lenovo has launched the C325, a new all-in-one machine destined for your family room that is ideal for lightweight productivity and multimedia tasks. The system is powered by AMD's Brazos platform, which includes the new 40nm E-450 Zacate processor. The…

Asus readies new all-in-one computers, UX-series ultrabook

Asus' is finally rolling out its latest batch of all-in-one computers, the 21.5-inch ET2210, 23.6-inch ET2410 and 27-inch ET2700. The machines were unveiled over a month ago and the medium-sized ET2410 is now available with a starting price of $899…

LG's V300 all-in-one touts IPS, 3D, multitouch display

Shopping for a Windows-based iMac clone? LG has your back. The company arrived at Computex today toting its new V300 all-in-one desktop which, despite its aesthetic similarities, makes some effort to distance itself from Apple's offering. Seemingly designed for multimedia…