Acer’s Android (TA272) AIO is also a tablet


Acer has debuted a new Android-based all-in-one (AIO) desktop with a 27-inch, 2560 x 1440 pixel touchscreen display.

LG debuts Chromebase AIO

LG has unveiled an all-in-one PC running Google's web-centric Chrome operating system (OS). Dubbed Chromebase, the system will be showcased at CES 2014 this January in Las Vegas.

Acer debuts a new AIO (Aspire Z3-600)

Acer has debuted a new AIO (all-in-one) PC just in time for the holiday season. Dubbed the Aspire Z3-600, the Windows 8 system is equipped with a 21.5 inch full HD display, an Intel (quad-core) Pentium processor and offers up to 2.5 hours of battery life.  

This AIO desktop is fanless and silent

Deltratronic has debuted a silent all-in-one desktop, sans fans. Dubbed the Silentium! AIO, the system carries a $1310 price tag.

HP tests all-in-one Android desktop (and tablet)

HP is currently testing an all-in-one desktop equipped with a 21.5 inch, 1080p IPS display (10-point multitouch) that boasts particularly wide viewing angles.

MSI rolls out a gaming all-in-one

MSI has pulled the wraps off an all-in-one computer that is being billed as the company's first AIO designed specifically for gaming.

New Apple iMac hits stores on Friday

Apple has confirmed that its new 21.5-inch iMac will be available this Friday, November 30, while the 27-inch iteration of the AIO desktop is slated to ship in December.

Maingear touts slick new Alpha 24 AIO

Maingear has introduced a slick new all-in-one PC dubbed the Alpha 24 Super Stock.

Samsung and Maingear tout new AIO lineups

One of the fastest-growing segments of the desktop PC market is the all-in-one, a form factor popularized by Apple's OS X-powered iMac.

Toshiba goes all-in-one with the LX815 and LX835

We rarely hear anything about traditional desktop computers anymore, unless of course Apple unveils a sleek new iMac.

Commodore resurrects the Amiga

Way back in 1994, Byte Magazine proclaimed the Amiga had been so far ahead of its time that almost nobody - including Commodore's marketing department - could "fully articulate" what it was all about.