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    News - Samsung outs Series 9 900A7A AIO with ultra-slim chassis

    Samsung announces all-in-one desktop with 3D support and 11.7mm-thin chassis.
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    Re: News - Samsung outs Series 9 900A7A AIO with ultra-slim chassis

    You've got to love Samsung reps

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    Re: News - Samsung outs Series 9 900A7A AIO with ultra-slim chassis

    Agreed good looking model

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    Re: News - Samsung outs Series 9 900A7A AIO with ultra-slim chassis

    Not sure I'd really classify this as a 'true' all in one - it just looks like a super-slim monitor sitting on a laptop... It's still very obviously a screen and a PC that started as seperate units and have been stuck together - the point of an AIO is you hide the internals in the screen to give the illusion of one single unit. Bit of a fail imho.
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    Re: News - Samsung outs Series 9 900A7A AIO with ultra-slim chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by CK_1985 View Post
    Not sure I'd really classify this as a 'true' all in one - it just looks like a super-slim monitor sitting on a laptop... It's still very obviously a screen and a PC that started as seperate units and have been stuck together - the point of an AIO is you hide the internals in the screen to give the illusion of one single unit. Bit of a fail imho.
    Agreed, looks very cheap to me, which is bizarre on a screen that leans so heavily towards the "design" crowd. Technically it's a 27" 1920x1080 panel which is utterly uninteresting in every way.

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    Re: News - Samsung outs Series 9 900A7A AIO with ultra-slim chassis

    Plus it looks like it's about to fall over..

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    Re: News - Samsung outs Series 9 900A7A AIO with ultra-slim chassis

    Thin screen, atttched to the base unit in a way that all the space behind the screen goes to waste. Great idea.

    Just make the base unit attatch to a VESA mounting points with the option of wallmount screws passing through, allowing a base unit to be attatched to the back of a TV or monitor either whilst stand or wallmounted.

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    Re: News - Samsung outs Series 9 900A7A AIO with ultra-slim chassis

    Quote Originally Posted by CK_1985 View Post
    ... it just looks like a super-slim monitor sitting on a laptop...
    Couldn't agree more.

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