Outstanding Style. In Any Room
The All-in-One PC’s clutter-free design puts the days of clunky desktop towers behind us. The screen and monitor have merged to become one slim, lightweight system, while its sleek frame offers a touch of sophistication for your home. Finally you can create, learn, entertain, and share—with style.
Do away with all the messy wires. The All-in-One PC has one power cord—that’s it. It is easy to set up and makes for a tidy home. This is the kind of dynamic, wire-free system that makes for a portable device you can use in any room of the house.
Thin is in
The All-in-One’s flat-panel HD touch screen is sleek and stylish, acting as modern decor to any room. Beyond elevating the look of your home, its streamlined design makes for a versatile device that you can use practically anywhere.
Unplug and go
With a convenient built-in battery, the portable All-in-One can easily go from movie night in the family room to game night in the kitchen—or even to the office to tackle big projects. And with a multi-touch display, you get the flexibility of using your keyboard or the full touch screen with tablet-like capabilities.
The All-in-One offers a flexible, modern design that can be used on almost any flat surface. Mount it on the wall to watch movies, prop it up on your desk to do work, put it in your lap, or lay it on the floor to play games with friends. It is efficiency with a touch of elegance.
Swipe and tap—in HD
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An evolution of the traditional desktop
All-in-One PC devices with 6th generation Intel® Core™ processors take desktop power beyond the desk.
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What is an All-in-One?
PCs with Intel Inside® with up to 27-inch HD displays, built-in battery, 3-D graphics, and more.
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1. Measured on OEM system using PCMark* 7 - includes a range of tests which measure different dimensions of your system’s performance. Tests consist of a number of small, individual workload tests. The PCMark test is a collection of workloads that measure system performance during typical PC usage. Find out more at www.futuremark.com.