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Intel Developing an Adaptive All-In-One PC Standard

Intel’s latest initiative has been the promotion of an entirely new class of computer, the “adaptive all-in-one PC” that aims to bring portability and increase versatility to the standard AIO PC.

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  1. a.k.a. A large screen tablet.
  2. For sales to soar, you will need:
    -27" Screen - Gorilla Glass 3
    -Wireless 802.11ac
    -2 TB HDD
    -mCard Plug-in port to record TV / Coax for TV Tuner
    -Ability to share media from one to the other as if it's like the XBOX 360
    -All the current ports: VGA/DVI/HDMI/DisplayPort/Thunderbolt (Falcon Ridge)/USB 3.0
    -12 MP HD Webcam
  3. IdeaCenter Horizon is too big. Tap 20 is way too heavy. XPS 18 looks amazing and I would totally buy one if I wasn't so torn between that or a smaller Thinkpad Helix with 10-hour battery life. Both of which are supposedly out in May this year.
    I am actually excited about hardware again. For the first time in a long time.
  4. Actually it would be nice if their was a standardized form factor for all the components in an all in one. That way a do it yourselfer could easily make their own all in one and get to pick and choose all components. The same should be done for regular laptops, giant gaming laptops and ultrabooks.
    I can't think of how many times there has been a feature missing from a laptop I would like or only being able to get certain features with a bunch of expensive parts or bulk I don't want.
  5. I thought Intel also wanted to use all BGA (Ball Grid Array) motherbords with the processor soldered to the motherbord. Why not solder on the memory and the SSD as well!
  6. Say Hello to the Samsung Galaxy Table......
  7. I thought for sales to soar you would need an AMD in that thing.
  8. I need a tablet that floats/levitate when falling, I'm a bit clumsy in handling delicate things... Can you do that Intel?
  9. Cool, even more fingerprints to gawp at, because gamers love that when they're playing...

    Ian.
  10. Now all they need to do is create a remote desktop so that you can game in it using your pc like nvidia's shield. That would support both the tablet and desktop pc's.
  11. digiex said:
    I need a tablet that floats/levitate when falling, I'm a bit clumsy in handling delicate things... Can you do that Intel?


    Three words, "accelerometer based airbag", actually that would be kind of neat lol.
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