ASUS Has a Nice New Line of Vivo All-In-One Desktop PCs, Feat NanoEdge & Choice of Graphics


Just this month, ASUS announced a slew of new all-in-one (AIO) desktop PCs, all featuring various forms of Intel’s dual and quad-core CPU processors, and some stunning anti-glare displays. Further, these new systems are aimed to peek the interest of the SOHO markets. ASUS went all out creating a lovely design for this expanded line of AIO desktops, which turns out to be sleeker and more powerful each coming year.

Focusing on the new ASUS Vivo V241 AIO, there are very impressive display specs going on here. Featuring a 23.8-inch NanoEdge display with an amazingly thin bezel, the screen measures a mere 2mm for edge-to-edge viewing, plus an 88% screen-to-body ratio. It also embraces the Full HD 10-point multi-touch LCD screen, with enhanced ASUS Splendid technology. ASUS Splendid systematically delivers more than just vivid images, but better contrast, brightness, and overall color saturation. So, in other words, viewing pleasure is more than satisfying when featuring Splendid- something the tech company conveys in four modes- “normal”, “eye care”, “vivid”, and “manual”.

In addition to wondrous display, the exterior of the AIO V241 has an elegant and sophisticated appearance, and as mentioned, well equipped for the SOHO, or “Small Office /Home Office” environment, including small businesses. This market segment is in much higher demand than the large corporations, also aiding the small business entrepreneur. By knowing this, they have the ability prosper from utilizing the latest and greatest equipment out there. Beyond that side note, the stunningly-beautiful AIO desktop PC line features six models, and some of these will go beyond SOHO, and tolerate the more demanding market segments, especially with some models being “geo-targeted”. This may remind consumers of Dell’s XPS 2710 AIO, a comparable, pricey (starting at $1,399) desktop, also known for its stunning display, “heart-pounding audio”, and power for all niches.

Models range from Intel’s dual-core Pentium 4405U Skylake CPU (a two year old chip), to the most recently launched quad-core Core i5-8250U, and GeForce 930MX graphics power from NVIDIA. Otherwise, consumers can expect the starting price unit, at $1,249, to have said display- 23.8 inches with NanoEdge, Intel’s Core i5-7200U chip at 2.5GHz, 8GB of DDR4 2 RAM at 233MHz, plus NVIDIA’s Geforce GTX 930MX, at 2GB and up to 1TB of 7200RPM SATA HDD storage. Additionally, these PCs features Windows 10 Home, dual advanced bass-reflex speakers that are over twice the size of previous Vivo AIOs, and connectivity including 4 USB 3.1s, an HDMI, Bluetooth 4.1, and Gigabit Ethernet. That’s a nice load of I/O options right there.

For a desktop, we want to know the processor will more-or-less blitz through everyday tasks, bare minimum. However, the Vivo AIO V241 delivers effortless multi-tasking, meaning all the web surfing, smooth video streaming, documenting, and any other computing needs you rely on on the daily. The GeForce 930MX discrete graphics are the key to 40 percent faster performance than integrated graphics, so consumers can expect to be on the up-and-up, while getting a good, unlimited performance for up to 12 hours of battery life, and a rather affordable price.

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