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All-in-one PC offers Core 2 Quad CPU

Jan 27, 2011, 01:33 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric Brown)

"Cybernet has released a Linux-ready all-in-one PC that supports Intel Core processors up to and including a Core 2 Quad. The iOne-GX45 offers 17- or 19-inch SXGA displays with optional touchscreens, up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, up to 1TB of storage, a DVI-I port, and both Mini PCI and Mini PCI Express expansion, says the company.

"Founded in 1996, Cybernet makes all-in-one PCs that are contained either within a keyboard or LCD monitor. Cybernet offers customized versions of each "iOne" model for four main vertical markets: health care, banking, government, and education.

"Aside from any vertical customization that may be ordered, the new iOne-GX45 (below) is available in four basic models, all of which are almost identical except for the built-in display. There are two 17-inch and two 19-inch LCD models, each available in an optional touchscreen version. All the displays offer SXGA resolution, 4:3 viewing angles, and 250-nit brightness, says the company."

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