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GIGABYTE Introduces the Most Powerful All-in-One PC

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    GIGABYTE today announced the 24-inch AB24BT, the most powerful All-in-One PC with a Full HD Display. Configure the All-in-One PC the way you want it whether it is the CPU, HDD, Memory or VGA Card; build the ultimate 24-inch powerful machine unlike any other. The AB24BT comes with a 3.5" HDD, and especially features a hot-swap 2.5" HDD encased into the body to allow smooth operation of the system without any interruption.

    DIY Powerful Desktop Graphics Card & Expand the Storage via hot-swap 2.5" HDD
    The Sky's the limit with this AIO. There is a multitude of CPUs (supports up to 95 W) and desktop graphics card (supports up to 550 W) you could choose from. This allows you to perfect your own exceptional performance for multitasking and spoils you with bursts of speed and amazing graphics. Based on your personal needs you can experience life-like, crisp images and superior performance or go for a less extreme user experience. In addition to a 3.5-inch HDD, the hot-swap 2.5-inch HDD, not only makes for a smoother operation but also allows you to have over 1TB storage to save all your important files, media and other data with ease.

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    Well-rounded Connectivity makes for a Convenient Digital Life
    AB24BT comes with HDMI, USB3.0 and S/PDIF interface. That means transferring files are blazingly quick, multimedia output is visually stunning, and even playing games feels like the next best thing on this AIO depending on your configuration. The S/PDIF interface is designed to transfer digital audio signals with low distortion to dual-channel speakers, which deliver a rich and powerful audio experience.

    With many excellent features, high performance, and space-saving design, the AB24BT delivers a powerful All-in-One PC experience that is fantastic for you. Whether at home in the living room or the kitchen, or at the office on your desk: this AIO is sure to be a hit with family members and colleagues-alike.
     
  2. function69 New Member

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    Gosh, this thing is ugly, who'd want it on their desk?
     
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    Me, I have little room for my tower :)
     
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    Short on details unfortunately but I can honestly say this is the first AIO I have at least some interest in.
     
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    Agreed, if I were looking for an AIO. I would be concerned about cooling the darn thing though.
     
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    A bit chunky for an all in one
     
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    It would be good for, like, a yacht. But if I was that rich I'd just get a top-of-the-line iMac and dual boot it! :roll:
     
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    Point is that this one is easily self serviceable.
     
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    550W graphics? So this thing will adequately ventilate an Asus Mars II?
     
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    the kind of stand it has, id be scared to use it honestly
     
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    Abomination!!!
     
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    finally an AIO that can be made into a capable gaming machine/workstation etc...
    modularity is the new cool in devices! :cool: :D

    dont find it that ugly too, its like a more bulky, smaller TV ;)
     
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    sure but will it play Crysis :nutkick:
     
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    should handle it fine...
     
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    For some reason I doubt that. I just can't see this thing actually doing that unless it has some delta fans or something. Need proof. Need tpu review.
     
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    It's not too bad from the front, the back is a wee bit rude on the old eyeballs say what.

    Got to give them credit for trying here, shame it's not 27 inch too.
     
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    All-in-one or not, it's still a desktop PC that lacks mobility. Total misfire.
     
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    One. Desktop Pc and mobility... do those go in the same sentence?
    Two. I would rather carry around that then even a small nzxt vulcan desktDeop + monitor.
    Three. Not built to be mobile. Refer to one.
     
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    Really, you cant pick it up and move it, does it come nailed to you desk?
     
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    Yah I'm thinking 550W must just refer to the over-rated psu in general.

    It's not that you can't move it around (mobility), but just that it's not really the target usage model, right?
     
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    Touchscreen would of been the icing on the cake :eek:
     
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    550 watts of heat crammed against an LCD? Will it effect it? It doesn't look like it could dissipate that much heat.
     
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    And???? it's a desktop computer, if you want mobility get a laptop or tablet... Here they won't replace my desktop computer.

    Anyway it's fine like an alternative to the traditional towers (which takes much space), using laptop as desktops (which is very clumsy for me, even when using ext monitor, kb and mouse, and iMacs (I have one and saves lots of space but expensive and lack some power)...

    Besides it seems to have good cooling, thick case and lots of vents...

    Shame I can't see those olde horizontal cases or HTPC ones at a cheap price...
     
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    IBM(or was it Dell?) used to make tiny "towers" that can be fastened to the back of a monitor, that's far more flexible IMO.
     
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