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Vizio Unveils Plans to Enter PC Market

Written on January 07, 2012 by Kristoff Jones

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Vizio unveils plans to dabble in PC Market, will launch two all-in-one desktops and three notebooks.

Vizio, makers of low-price HDTVs, revealed on Friday their plans to enter the PC market by launching a whole new range of value priced Windows-based products.

During an interview with Bloomberg, Chief Technology Officer Matt McRae revealed that Vizio will unveil two desktop all-in-ones(24-inch and 27-inch displays) and three notebooks (14-inch Thin + Light Notebook, 15.6 inch Thin + Light Notebook, 15.6-inch Notebook).

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ASUS Unveils 10-Point Multitouch ET2700 All-in-one Desktop

Written on March 09, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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And so continues the plight of the giant iPads as ASUS unveiled the ET2700 which boasts a 10-point multitouch functionality.

If it wasn’t for the ASUS logo, we would’ve thought this was Apple’s more business-like rendition of the iMac. ASUS has just unveiled their 27-inch ET2700 10 multitouch all-in-one desktop at CeBIT. The desktop boasts of 178-degree vertical and horizontal viewing angles, a SonicMaster audio, an HDMI in and out, plus some features apparently inspired by the iMac. This seems to be the reply of the manufacturer to the all-in-one touchscreen euphoria that’s been happening eversince HP unveiled their TouchSmart 2.

Though critics are already complaining and even mocking ASUS for mimicking Apple’s desktop, but we say let’s give them a chance. Maybe things will pan out nicely in the end. No specs and price has been unveiled yet, but maybe the video can satiate your hunger for bits of information.

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Apple Patents Motion Sensor Keyboard That Plans to Eliminate the Mouse

Written on January 25, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Is Apple out to put the mouse and trackpad out of the picture in the long run? Or is it just a spur-of-the-moment thing that will dissipate later?

The latest Apple patent has been released recently over at Macrumors, and it seems like Apple is working on a new Motion Sensor Keyboards that may redefine the way we think and use our simple imput devices. And yeah, it looks like Apple is on a crusade of taking the mouse and the trackpad out of the desktop/laptop picture.

Introducing Apple’s latest patent application for a touch-sensitive keyboard. It’s been years since the company has been working to reshape the face of desktop and laptop input. And although no device, nor company, has matched the commercial success of the traditional mechanical QWERTY keyboard, Apple is taking on the challenge with their new concoction.

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Overclocked 5Ghz Core i7 Desktop Discovered at CES 2011

Written on January 10, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Origin PC humbly presents a PC overkill named the Big O at the CES 2011. With 5Ghz overclocked i7 core and two GeForce GTX 580s, this is one heck of a rig!

Lookie what we found sitting around the corner trying to avoid public attention (or not). It definitely took no time at all for tech-fans to squeal in excitement as Origin shows off it’s overkill overclocked 5Ghz Core i7 desktop, the Big O. In CES 2011, where big companies lord over the limelight for the audience to take a gander on, Origin decides to let the tech-mongers to discover this fine piece of desktop computer.

This powerhouse PC is rigged with an overclocked Core i7 950, two GeForce GTX 580s in SLI mode, a dual SSD RAID setup, 1500W power supply, and then some. This piece of PC masterpiece may cost your soul; just kidding. Origin PC has tagged the setup for $7,799. None too shabby.

We still have yet to see the Big O in action, but we’re betting our money that it’s going to be excellent beyond expectations.

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Apple Shows New iMac Desktop Lines

Written on July 28, 2010 by R. Cruise

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iMac desktop lines now comes with Intel's Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors plus an ATI Radeon graphics. The fastest desktop ever made by Apple.

Apple revealed its all-in-one desktop lines of iMacs last Tuesday. These refreshed version comes with Intel’s Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors plus an ATI Radeon graphics.

Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing said in a statement, “We took the world’s best all-in-one and made it even better. With the latest processors, high-performance graphics and signature aluminum and glass design, customers are going to love the latest iMac.”

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