Eurocom releases Uno 4 all-in-one PC

Eurocom releases Uno 4 all-in-one PC

The maker of high-end and all-in-one (AIO) computers Eurocom has introduced the Uno 4 – a new AIO PC that comes with numerous features such as a built-in battery, Trusted Platform Module, high-speed Intel Core i7 mobile processors, VESA mount and more.

The new AIO computer comes with a sturdy chassis that can endure unfavorable conditions, yet it has elegance on the outside. The machine has been created with thoughts for the future – it has numerous customization options, an upgradeable design and high quality components. Built for small and medium enterprises where space is an issue the Uno 4 comes with an integrated battery against power failures. The battery can provide enough power to the device for up to 6 hours of work.

On the inside the Uno 4 comes with Intel Haswell technology. The integrated Intel HM86 chipset is connected to an Intel Core i7-4910MQ Haswell processor that runs at up to 2.9 GHz and features 8 MB of L3 cache. The chip also provides video capabilities thanks to the integrated Intel HD 4600 GPU. The computer also supports up to 16 GB of DDR3 SDRAM in two memory slots and three storage drives that can hold up to 5 TB of information. The Uno 4 also has a Trusted Platform Module for enhanced security via data encryption. There’s a 21.5-inch sensor display and an ExpressCard 54 slot that allows for peripheral devices to be connected, which increases the overall functionality. The AIO PC is optimized for Windows 8 and provides for an optical drive too – choose between a DVD-RW drive and a BluRay drive.

Eurocom knows that the Uno 4 is an AIO PC that may be taken around so the company has thought of its weight too. Well, the Uno 4 weighs 7.5 kilograms (16.5 lbs) and thanks to the VESA mount it can also be mounted on tables, walls, desks and other pieces of furniture. The low power consumption of just 90 watts means your energy bill will be low as well.

There’s no information on the price of the Uno 4 so if you want to get the computer then you will have to ask your local Eurocom dealer or directly the company.

Source: Eurocom

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