Acer has just announced a bevy of Windows 8-enabled devices at Computex 2012 in Taipei, and they have some new all-in-one desktops which include the 23-inch Aspire 5600U and 27-inch Aspire 7600U. Both models have an extraordinary feature — tilt and swivel at all four sides, orienting the all-in-one PC in all sorts of strange ways. The display can be tilted 90 degrees from vertical to horizontal and then swivel from landscape to portrait mode. When rotated into portrait mode and stood up, the machine becomes the ‘world’s biggest e-book reader’. See it in action after the break…
The Chinese knockoff makers always have the balls to rip off Apple so blatantly. A Chinese company has recently introduced an all-in-one computer which can trick many into believing it’s an iMac. But if you turn it on and use it, you will find out it’s a slow, underpowered and cheap PC. More pictures of the machine after the jump.
What would you pay for a iMac knockoff without a quad core processor, Thunderbolt ports, wireless keyboard and a Magic Mouse? How about one that’s rocking a dual-core, 1.8GHz Intel Atom D525 processor, NVIDIA ION graphics, and an 500GB hard drive? Some Chinese manufacturer is hoping your answer is somewhere around $300, because that’s roughly what its new, 2,000 yuan ($318) iMac knockoff will cost along with 18.4-inch LED-backlit widescreen TFT display (1920 X 1080), 4GB of RAM, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, six USB 2.0 ports, and an aluminum enclosure. More photos after the break.
Proview, who have ensnared Apple’s iPad in a Chinese trademarking dispute, halting sales and removing it from Chinese Apple Stores, had a product called “iPAD” at one point in the past. Guess what, the iPAD was not a tablet, it was a ripoff of Apple’s original iMac.
Here is a good news for anyone who wants a desktop PC, but also a bad news for Apple. Lenovo unveiled a 27-inch all-In-One desktop machine that supports 10-finger capacitive multitouch! That’s very enough since Lenovo won’t expect anyone to have 11 fingers. What’s more? The screen can be adjusted as flat as Microsoft Surface, which works like a “Giant Tablet”. We wonder why didn’t Apple add these features to their iMac? Watch the video to see how this amazingly cool hybrid works after the break.
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