Here’s a look at another upcoming all-in-one PC from Sony VAIO VPCL248FJ/WI is an upcoming All-In-One desktop PC from Sony that powered by Intel Core i7-2670QM 2.20GHz Intel processor, a 24-inch display offering 1920×1080 Full HD display, while for graphics there are onboard Intel HM65 Express Chipset and GeForce 315M 512MB card.
Sony VAIO VPCL248FJ/WI all-in-one desktop PC also offers 2TB hard drive, BDXL drive, CS tuner x 2 degree, card reader, 8GB DDR3 RAM, a webcam, and runs Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (SP1) OS.
The VAIO VPCL248FJ/WI will start shipping from March 3rd for around 220,000 Yen (about $2,705). [Sony]
Dell has just taken the wraps off a brand new addition to the Alienware family, hailing it, rather poetically, as “a serenade to raw gaming power.” It’s called the Alienware Aurora, and it’s staring at you with a Cylon-like grin in the image above. Beneath its menacing veneer lurks Intel’s six-core, 3000 series Core i7 CPU, an X79 Express chipset and quad-channel DDR3 memory, all of which are kept in check by Dell’s liquid cooling and active venting technologies.
The Alienware Aurora gaming rig also supports both multi-display and 3D configurations, with GDDR5 memory-laced graphics cards.In person you’re not slaked, you can always get under the outlaw and repairman with it yourself, without equal busting out your tool track. The Alienware Aurora is lendable now for prices play at $2,200, so hit up the inspiration circuit for statesman information.[ engadget ]
Apples new 2011 Mac Mini has just launched and is now available in the Apple Store with prices starting from $599. The new Apple Mac Mini now supports twice the memory of previous versions with a maximum of 8GB being supported.
The consumer models have a choice of dual-core Intel Core i5 or Intel Core i7 processors, paired AMD Radeon HD 6630M discrete graphics, while the Server model has a quad-core Intel Core i7. $599 gets you the 2.3GHz Core i5 mini with 2GB of RAM and a 500GB HDD, while up to 750GB of hard-drive and 8GB of RAM are options. $799 gets you the 2.5GHz dual-core Core i5, with 4GB of RAM and a 500GB HDD; a 2.7GHz Core i7, 8GB of memory, and either a 750GB hard-drive or 256GB SSD are options.
Finally, the 2.0GHz quad-core Core i7 Mac mini with Lion Server model has 4GB of RAM, twin 500GB hard-drives and starts at $999. Options include up to 8GB of RAM, two 750GB hard-drive or two 256GB SSDs.
Via – Apple
Acer has Announced the upcoming launch of ITS G5910 Predator desktop.Designed for gamers and enthusiasts who are unable or unwilling to Build Their Own rig from scratch, Predator desktops Generally combine mainstream and performance with an aggressive chassis components.
Internally, the Acer G5910 will be offered with second-generation Intel Core processors, including the K-branded chips with enhanced overclocking functionality. Naturally, discrete graphics cards are on the menu, but we’ve only seen the Radeon HD 6800 and GeForce GTX 400 lines mentioned instead of a specific model. For whatever it’s worth, the US Predator G5900 series comes with the last-gen Radeon HD 5850, so we’d hope to see something of equal power in the G5910.
ou’ll be able to select up to 16GB of RAM, while storage is tackled by up to four 2TB hard drives along with two front-accessible hot-swap bays — a feature typically reserved for pricey enthusiast cases. There’s also an optional Blu-ray drive, a multi-card reader, USB ports (no specific mention of USB 3.0), and tons of pre-installed multimedia software courtesy of the “Acer Arcade Deluxe” suite. The Predator G5910 will launch this July in the UK for a starting price of £599 (~$965).