Our very own Eliane Fiolet is at the Asus Windows 8 event in New York City–yes, there are two technology events going on today–where Asus has just announced six–count them, six–new lines of Windows 8 PCs. The new lines are the VivoTab, VivoBook, the Transformer Book, the Touch Zenbook, the TAICHI, and the Asus All-in-One. Let’s take a look at Asus’ new desktop:
The Asus All-In-One PC (creative name, guys) is a 23-inch all-in-one Windows 8 PC that comes with a 23″ IPS display. Unfortunately, the screen isn’t a touch-screen, but the industrial design is still nice: the display is on an articulating hinge which allows the screen to lie flat. The new iMac can’t do that, although it raises the questions why you’d want a horizontal all-in-one display. The base model comes with a Core i3 Processor that’s upgradeable to a Core i7. The lower-end models will use Intel’s integrated graphics, but the nicer machines can have a dedicated NVIDIA card installed. It comes with both USB 3.0 ports and Thunderbolt connectivity, in addition to Intel Wireless Display.
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