Averatec recently announced an 18.4-inch All-In-One with a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor. Today that snazzy system landed at our office for an exclusive hands-on. Now the Averatec All-In-One isn’t a netbook - it doesn’t have a battery, its got a large LCD display attached to it, and comes with a mouse and keyboard - but its $549.99 price point, specs, performance and its bottom base sure remind us of one.Follow the link for the review, including a video of the unit.
We have been playing around with the all-in-one for the last few hours and can say that it hands down beats the Eee Box.
For more photos and detailed description of the unit, see my previous post on the Averatec All-In-One. Here is a brief run-down of the specs:
It has more than enough computing power for the average consumer and at $549 (including an integrated 18" display), it's hard to see how you can go wrong with one of these.
- Thickness: 1.3-inch base, .59-inch LCD
- Built-In Webcam & MIC
- Piano Black Design
- Weight approx 4 lbs.
- Microsoft Windows XP ULCPC
- Intel ATOM CPU: N270 (1.6GHz / 533MHz FSB / 512K)
- 18.4″ Widescreen LCD (1680 x 945)
- 1GB DDR2 System Memory
- 160GB SATA HDD
- Super Multi Dual Layer DVD Burner
- 802.11 b/g wireless LAN integrated
- Integrated webcam (1.3M) and 5 USB 2.0 ports
- 4-in-1 Memory Card Reader
- 15 pin D-Sub Video out port