Thursday, March 19th 2009

BenQ nScreen i221 All-in-One PC Surfaces

BenQ is in the expansion mode with its all-in-one PC lineup. Almost a month ago, the company's nScreen i91 surfaced, characterized by the AMD "Yukon" ULV platform that drives it. The company's Japanese division is out with another such PC: the nScreen i221. This model is the larger model, with a 21.5-inch HD LCD display, with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. On the inside, the hardware remains the same as with the nScreen i91: an AMD Sempron 210U 1.50 GHz CPU that's non-upgradable, 1 GB of DDR2 memory, AMD 690E core-logic with ATI Radeon X1200 integrated graphics, and 160 GB of storage. On the peripherals front, it features a 1.3 MP web camera, 4-in-1 digital card reader, and connectivity that includes WiFi, and Ethernet. The nScreen i221 is expected to be launched globally by October.

Source: TechConnect Magazine
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5 Comments on BenQ nScreen i221 All-in-One PC Surfaces

#1
MRCL
Looks to me like a fancy office PC, not more.
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#2
Mussels
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ARRRGH! ITS A MAC!


seriously, these are great for office/grandma PC's. they'd also work well in schools for example - saves power, saves heat, saves space.

The fact that its 1080P screen with a dedicated graphics card seems to indicated it could become a decent media PC as well.
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#3
h3llb3nd4
looks like a eee pc and mac ripoff
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#4
Steevo
by: Mussels
ARRRGH! ITS A MAC!


seriously, these are great for office/grandma PC's. they'd also work well in schools for example - saves power, saves heat, saves space.

The fact that its 1080P screen with a dedicated graphics card seems to indicated it could become a decent media PC as well.
Nice avvy. :laugh:
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#5
Swansen
i dunno, i'm a pretty big fan of these things, they are pretty cool, the all in one PCs, and up until now, are only choices have been REALLY expensive versions. Well, and i guess with the MSI windbox you'll just be able to attach it to any monitor, but yeah. and then this stuff
http://www.logicsupply.com/categories/fanless_systems
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