ASUS this week has introduced a new series of cheaper all-in-one desktop PCs aimed at SOHO markets. The Vivo AIO V241IC systems are based on various dual-core and quad-core Intel processors of different generations, but the main selling points are the design, a 23.8” anti-glare display with ultra-thin bezels, and an optional NVIDIA GeForce 930MX discrete GPU. ASUS continues to expand its lineup of AIO desktops each year. The new Vivo AIO V241IC family is broad and includes six models aimed at different market segments with some models being geo-targeted. The cheapest SKU is based on Intel’s dual-core Pentium 4405U (a 15W Skylake-U) released two years ago, whereas Intel’s recently launched quad-core Core i5-8250U and NVIDIA’s GeForce 930 MX power the most advanced model. Depending on...
ASUS VivoPC X Console Now Available: Core i5, GeForce GTX 1060 for $799
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The AnandTech Podcast, Episode 40: CES 2017
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