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The Do-It-Yourself All-In-One Computer Standard from Intel @ Hardware Secrets - The Do-It-Yourself All-In-One Computer Standard from Intel @ Hardware Secrets
Tue, Apr 02 2013 | 3:54PM | Filed under: Beginners Guides| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

All-in-one computers, also known as AIO, are systems built inside the same case as the video monitor, designed to remove clutter from your desk. The problem so far is that parts for all-in-one computers are not standardized, meaning that each manufacturer uses its own design and choice of components, which may not be compatible with an all-in-one from another manufacturer. To solve this problem, Intel is leading the industry in creating a standard for all-in-one components. This way, parts designed for one system will fit in another, making the life of AIO manufacturers easier. This standard also allows users to build their own all-in-one computers from scratch."


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