Here come the Windows 10 computers: PCs, convertible laptops and mini-desktops
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Asus Zen AiO Z240
The Asus Zen AiO Z240 is an all-in-one PC with solid aluminium case. The machine will run on an i7 quad-core CPU and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M graphics card.
It will be available with up to 32GB of memory, a maximum of 512GB of SSD storage connected via PCIe Gen 3. It includes both USB-C ports and, for fast data transfer, USB 3.1 ports, with a theoretical throughput of up to 10 Gb/s.
Alongside a microphone and a six speaker sound system is an Intel RealSense 3D camera, which will allow users to log in with their face, use motion control and create 3D scans of people and objects.
The Asus Zen AiO Z240 will be available in the fourth quarter of this year.
This machine is a portable desktop PC that can plugged into a TV or monitor. It includes a fingerprint reader to support biometric sign-in using Windows Hello and up to six hours of battery life.
Quanta Compute Plug
The Quanta Compute Plug is a mini-PC inside a power adapter.
It connects to TVs and monitors via HDMI and can be controlled via a Bluetooth remote or using Windows 10 voice recognition and a Bluetooth headset.
An all-in-one PC packed into a 1.4-inch thick chassis. The 23.8-inch LED touchscreen supports a 1920 x 1080 resolution screen and has stereo speakers with Acer TrueHarmony and Dolby Digital Plus Home Theater technology.
For video messaging there are dual digital microphones and a 1080p webcam. The screen can be tilted from -5 to 25 degrees angle, and is flexible enough to be moved using only two fingers.
Although the system will ship with Windows 8.1 it will qualify for the free upgrade to Windows 10, which will run until 29th July 2016.
Available with a choice of Intel Core, Pentium or Celeron processors, the Z3-710 will offer up to 8GB memory and 2TB of hard drive storage, as well as an optional DVD drive.
The machine will start shipping in the third quarter of this year.