ECS Builds an All-in-One You Can Upgrade (Including Motherboard)

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PCLinuxguy

about damn time a company did this!  I like the concept of an AIO for general computing and maybe very light gaming (depending on how strong the video chip is).  Hmm..  i7 2600k with an nvidia GTX580M chip., 8-16 GB of ddr3. that'd be a nice AIO.

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DasHellMutt

This would be fracking awesome for people like my parents. It would do anything they want while taking up a minimum of space and I would still be able to support/upgrade it. Looking forward to pricing!

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ronaldp423

Whats the screen quality like?

And, would it be possible to drop in another screen?

Could water cooling be possible?

And last question, I promise - what else similar (AIO) is on the market?

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IIAbeII

GPU? 

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Paul_Lilly

Integrated into whichever Sandy Bridge chip you plop into the G11.

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IIAbeII

Blah, don't some AIOs have dedicated GPUs theese days?

Still, it'd be probably enough if you use an AOI for what its meant for.

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