PC parts maker Corsair’s first attempt at a complete computer is a surprisingly competitive package. The One is a compact (mini-ITX) build with a restrained design, separate radiators for the GPU and CPU, a huge exhaust at the top, and a competitive price, given its power.
Despite measuring just 8.5″ x 8.5″ x 2.28″, HP’s new desktop system packs a punch, which can be kitted out with workstation-class parts like an Intel Xeon E3-12XXv5 CPU, NVIDIA Quadro M620 (mobile) GPU w/2GB VRAM, a speedy M.2 SSD, and up to 32GB ECC DDR4 RAM.
Microsoft’s new all-in-one PC has a 28″ 4500×3000 touchscreen that can be angled nearly flat, and a precision stylus, turning it into a digital drafting table. The $100 Surface Dial (free for the first pre-orders) adds an intuitive way to scroll, zoom and access shortcuts.
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