All In Once Pc Built Inside Computer Keyboard
Posted on March 25, 2008 by Jamie Slaughter, with 12790 views
All in once PC's are typically a monitor with all the common technology located inside the monitor rather than a separate unit, the iMac is a prime example of such a design. Monitors are not upgraded all that often so this approach appears to be logical, and great in terms of space. Now, how about an all in one PC which stores the separate unit not inside the monitor but inside the keyboard? It may sound like impossible, but the keyboard essentially is the same size as a laptop and opens up in a similar fashion.
On the positive side, in comparison with the iMac, the keyboard all in one package allows for you to upgrade your monitor without having to upgrade the entire system. On the downside the keyboard will be bulky and perhaps not as comfortable to type on as traditional keyboards. Also, as a regular computer user myself, I often like to replace my keyboard quite frequently -- this however would not be possible with the all in one PC.
If, however, you feel that this type of all in one PC would suit you, you can pick one up for between $629 and $1099.