Microsoft may not be launching too many smartphones recently, but as far as computers are concerned, it seems to be thriving. According to rumors, the company had an awesome all-in-one device in the works which supposed to go official today. And it did, just as expected. At a special “Imagine What You’ll Do” event in New York City, Microsoft announced a 28-inch Surface Studio All-in-one bad boy with zero-gravity hinge, custom-tuned springs and 20 degree drafting angle but it is not cheap.
Microsoft announced 28-inch Surface Studio All-in-one bad boy with zero-gravity hinge, custom-tuned springs and 20 degree drafting angle but it is not cheap
Remember the Acer’s Aspire Switch 10 tablet, the convertible device that some hailed a true jack-of-all trades, others didn’t hide their admiration for it? Now the tablet is being overlapped in terms of size by its sibling successor, the Aspire 12-inch Aspire Switch 12 that beyond standard modes for hybrid devices goes with an additional fifth option – desktop mode. So, if you don’t mind the combination of a small screen and keyboard, the upcoming Switch gives you the opportunity to get a all-in-one device.
All-in-one desktops are a perfect way of bringing powerful user experience, performance and entertainment into limited space on your desk. They are placed somewhere between regular desktop computers, laptops and tablets, taking all the best from each category and mixing it into one functional and aesthetic device. Lenovo has been known for making more than decent all-in-one computers and its latest AiO A540 which has just gone official, is no different. The device is scheduled to arrive in July and will cost $1,279 for the most basic model.
This year CES has been abundant in all-in-one devices and it looks like the manufacturers are nowhere near to be done. The companies presented a variety of devices aimed at many different groups of customers, from a budget-conscious users to business oriented ones, so anyone could take a pick. One of the most impressive Android-powered all-in-ones that have been showcased last week was the Lenovo ThinkVision 28. The machine features a bunch of awesome specs and a price to match. You can expect the ThinkVision 28 to show up in stores in July, with prices starting at $1,199.
Even though HP didn’t have its own spot at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show, the company used the opportunity to introduce a number of devices including the Slate 21 Pro. The all-in-one Android device is aimed at business customers and also has applications in the education and hospitality markets. The HP Slate 21 Pro is available at reasonable price starting at $399. The device comes with a wired keyboard and mouse.
Good old PCs are not cool anymore. If you are still using one, you might be considered old fashioned and not trendy. Or at least this is what we are led to believed by tablet advocates. The truth is, however, that even though tablets have numerous advantage, they have some limitation too, especially the smaller ones. And here is where all-in-one device, like the just announced Lenovo N308, come in. The all-in-one computer will go on sale in February and will be priced starting at $450.