Gigabyte intros GB-ACBN All-In-One PC

Taiwanese hardware maker Gigabyte has introduced a new All-in-One computer, presented as an “entry-level AIO with the best Cost-Performance Value”.

The new space-saving AIO solution is called GB-ACBN and has dimensions of  460*350*42 mm, weighting only 5kg. It is fitted with 18.5-inch display, powered by Intel Atom D525 1.8GHz dual core processor and a Nvidia ION 2 graphics chipset.  Equipped with dual SO-DIMM memory slots supporting up to 4GB DDR3 800MHz, one 2.5-inch hard drive bay, it also packs Realtek ALC887 5.1 Channel audio along with dual 2W HD speaker, WiFi (802.11n) and Bluetooth, 4-in-1 card reader, two PCI Express Mini Card expansion slots and also comes with VESA wall-mount and Kinsington Lock with metal plate.

Gigabyte GB-ACBN Barebone PC


Featuring 13W thermal power design, Gigabyte boast that their new barebone PC  has ultra low power consumption,that is about six times less energy than a standard office desktop computer. Unfortunately, its price and availability is not yet announced.

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