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Submitted by mpctips 1162d ago | news

Velocity Micro Has an 'Edge' in All-In-One Desktops

Maximum PC: Now that Windows 8 is here, don't be surprised to see companies pimping new all-in-one (AIO) desktops with fancy touchscreen displays. Even boutique builders are getting in on the action. Enter Velocity Micro, a system builder based out of Virginia, which today announced its new Edgo AIO PC. Fully configurable on the inside, Velocity Micro says it also paid attention to the outside, culminating in a "rare combination of aesthetics and power." (PC, PC hardware, Velocity Micro, Velocity Micro Edge All-in-One)

justinbkerr  +   1162d ago
I hate the idea of all in one desktops. Display's always out live the internals, and this is just more e-waste.
Software_Lover  +   1162d ago
I would still pick the Lenovo A720
newsguy  +   1162d ago
I'm still okay with my tower now. :)

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