Equipped with its ten-finger enabled 1080p touchscreen that is surely going to work well with the all new touch friendly windows 8, the Vizio All-in-One Touch PC($1,239+) with its 24 up to 27 inch screen, Core i5 or i7 processors, up to 8GBs of RAM, dual-HDMI inputs, and an integrated 2.1 speaker system with a 6W Sub woofer, is a close competitor to keep your eye on.
The Maximum PC
When a computer notches 176% on 3DMark’s 11! it deserves some credit, that is an excessive leap higher than its closest competitor, but when you take a look inside, the reason becomes quite clear, The Maximum PC($14,482) boasts a 3.1Ghz Intel Xeon server processor, 64GB of DDR3 memory, and two of NVidia’s fastest graphic cards, along with two 512GB SSDs and four spinning disks in a RAID array, cooling this bad boy is the work of Silverstone TJ11’s liquid cooling systems and features two 2560×1600 Dell IPS panels…
HP All In One Spectre Desktop
HP has announced its new Windows 8 desktop lineup, leading off with the 23.6-inch Spectre One($1,299+), that will be powered by Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs and carry a 1GB Nvidia graphics card. HP will also be bundling Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements, but the Spectre One is otherwise sparsely equipped. You’ll find two USB 2.0 ports, two USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI-in jack, and the requisite Gigabit ethernet port accompanied by 802.11n Wi-Fi. The machine also lacks a TV tuner or disc drive, amenities that generally benefit all-in-ones destined to serve as media machines. It’ll be available in November