All-in-one PCs are the only desktops selling these days. So it makes sense that Hewlett-Packard is taking the machines into enterprises, as companies need to save space and gain the efficiencies of these machines — which combine a monitor and a desktop computer into one panel-like chassis — as much as consumers do.
HP’s Joe Marenin shows how HP packs in a lot of computing into a small all-in-one computer.
Can a 20-inch touchscreen be a mobile device? You bet.
Maingear touts Solo 21 all-in-one PC, seemingly designing the new model with gamers in mind.
Hewlett-Packard is launching such a big pile of products today it reminds me of the days when the company used to call its product launches “the Big Bang.” But today’s releases focus on a segment of computing known as the all-in-one PC, which has a keyboard, monitor and computer all packaged into one machine.
Toshiba is announcing today that it has created a prototype for a glasses-free 3D laptop. So far, nobody else seems to have this technology so Toshiba may have an edge on rivals if it brings the machine to market.