Sunday, August 22, 2010
Will the all-in-one PC become the new standard?
Will desktop PCs evolve in such a way that the all-in-one becomes the new standard? That would certainly eliminate a ton of waste, wouldn't it? It would be much better for the environment if we weren't throwing away so many CPUs, motherboards, and old hard drives.
I've had the opportunity to test the Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z and I've been impressed by way that you can easily open the case to upgrade and replace parts. You don't need any tools to open the back and the components are easy to reach.
I wouldn't be surprised if the future of home and business computing revolved around all-in-one PCs. More and more people are buying laptops over desktops. They don't need the portability, but the like the space-saving design and the convenience factor. For those who need a larger screen for better productivity, the all-in-one will be a better choice than the traditional desktop tower.