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ECS Releases G24 All-In-One PC

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ECS is releasing a 23.6" customizable All-In-One PC.

ECS has released its newest all-in-one PC. The G24 has all the modern features we can expect from a PC crammed into a single unit.

The G24 is built and optimized for Windows 8. It has a 23.6" touch panel with up to 10-finger touch capabilities. The unit is aimed at businesses, home entertainment, and is also ideal for medical centers. A number of different designs also make it possible for the buyer to choose a look that they like.

No information was given about specifications regarding CPUs or GPUs, but what we do know is that the units will feature interchangeable thin mini-ITX motherboards. This gives us the idea that you would later be able to upgrade the unit to more capable hardware, but not have to invest in a new screen or enclosure. The unit will also be built on a BTO method, meaning customers can mix and match the parts they want.

Another interesting feature is the so called hot swap bay. While the ECS G24 is not the first computer to feature this, it is the first all-in-one with which users can tear out the optical drive in favor of a 2.5" hard drive bay.

Unfortunately, this is all the information available so far, with no word on pricing or availability. Hopefully more will come soon.

 

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    spentshells , March 1, 2013 10:12 AM
    The picture is impressive if that is really what they will be putting out as a product.
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    rob_lh , March 1, 2013 4:38 PM
    spentshells: Thin Mini-ITX engineer at Intel here. It is an impressive product. We've got one here in the lab, and it's very slick. Likely one I'm going to put in my house. If you want to take a look: https://twitter.com/rob_lh/status/307539849701908481/photo/1
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    stickmansam , March 2, 2013 12:20 AM
    Looks very nice except i don't like the oval shape of the stand bottom, prefer a filled in one
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