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Friday, June 11, 2010

Orange's OPC Computer Amplifier Speaker

Posted by Jason Dunn in "Digital Home Hardware & Accessories" @ 10:09 AM

http://www.orangeamps.com/features.asp?ID=163

"Orange Amplifiers, the British based pioneering force in guitar amplifiers, can now announce the final specification and price for the much anticipated and revolutionary all-in-one computer amplifier speaker - The OPC. The OPC is more than a high quality all-in-one powerful computer, it has been designed to deliver playing, recording, editing and computing capabilities to musicians and music aficionados."

Boy, does this ever take me back! Back in my teens/early 20's I was really involved in live music, and I'd see an Orange amp every now and then - they're certainly unique looking! Orange has decided to make something else decidedly unique: an all-in-one computer that looks like one of their amps. The speakers at the heart of it all? Twin JBL 6.5" 55 Watt RMS Dual Concentric Speakers, boasting 15 watt RMS per channel stereo amplifier (into 4 ohms) with a 2 band EQ. Not bad! Read more...


Monday, April 5, 2010

Look What Showed Up Today...

Posted by Jason Dunn in "Digital Home Hardware & Accessories" @ 06:00 PM

What's in the box? A Lenovo ThinkCentre A70z - it's an all-in-one PC focused on the SOHO/small business market. While it lacks the slick design of the IdeaCentre A-series all-in-one, it packs a lot of features in a slim chassis. I'll be reviewing it in the upcoming weeks - it's the first all-in-one system I've looked at, since I tend to prefer the flexibility of a stand-alone tower and monitor. It's easier to get best-of-breed components that way, but there's no denying the space and cost-saving factors that are present in a design like this. Watch for more on this product after I open that box.


Thursday, December 31, 2009

Engadget Unboxes MSI Wind Top AE2220

Posted by Andy Dixon in "Digital Home Hardware & Accessories" @ 08:00 AM

http://www.engadget.com/2009/12/28/...nd-impressions/

"In the land of netbooks and nettops, the tried-and-true all-in-one PC still has a place in this world yet. MSI is living proof of that, with its 21.5-inch Wind Top AE2220 bringing Windows 7, multitouch and an eye-pleasing design to the collective masses. Said machine just started shipping to consumers at the tail end of last month, and we've been fortunate enough to spend a few weeks tinkering with one of the most cost effective AIO options on the market right now."

MSI have impressed Engadget with their take on the all-in-one PC. To start with they have bypassed the Intel Atom chip and put a Core 2 Duo in to give it some power. Combined with a responsive touch screen and a sleek look, they seem to have built a rather nice device. As Engadget mentioned, there really isn't a killer touchscreen app that takes advantage of these new devices which means you tend to end up using the keyboard and mouse anyway. If you had one of these devices at home, then what app would you use to take advantage of the touchscreen?


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