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Eurocom Announces UNO 3.0 All-in-One Desktop

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Eurocom, is shipping its new Uno 3.0 All-One-PC with 21.5" FHD Optional Multi Touch Display, TPM 1.2 and an integrated battery pack that is fully optimized for enterprise computing. "The EUROCOM Uno 3.0 All in One Desktop computer is ideal for a wide range of commercial applications," Mark Bialic, Eurocom President "with the plethora of connectivity ports, Multi Touch interface, internal battery, TPM 1.2 and VESA mount the Uno 3.0 will fit perfectly into any workspace."

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Not very often do they show the internals,so this is nice to see.
 
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How is 120 watts saving power? LOL
 

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It's a shame you can't remove the front feet for when using it with a VESA mount.
 
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The plastic case looks horribly cheap, and the color? Come on it's 2013!
 
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I excepted mobile series GPU from eurocom :(
 
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Where's the MXM?
 
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I don’t think it has an MXM slot or at least I don’t see one. It’s a bit of a throwback and a fairly complete design lift from the old HP Touchsmart line. Only HP had the foresight to have removable feet for mounting. HP didn’t have support for a VESA mount but there was a cheap adapter to allow for a VESA mount.

The only new here seems to be the use of a battery which is of questionable use. I think the Asus All-In-One Transformer with Windows 8 plus Android does a better job of what this product is supposed to do:

http://www.asus.com/News/ayY76mCqMt0mqYzr/

For what its worth I’m a little surprised no one complained about the resolution of this thing.