This isn't a system aimed at the standard consumer base
One thing about all-in-one computers is that they can easily switch from one type of customer to the next, as their form factor makes it easy to do so, as opposed to desktops that, although easier to modify hardware-wise, don't have a form factor that lends itself to anything other than home or business computing.That hasn't stopped system designers from putting together AiO systems optimized for particular roles though.
Eurocom, for example, has just released the Uno 3.0, which is made for enterprises and commercial applications.
Measuring 21.5 inches in diagonal, it has a Full HD matte LCD (1920 x 1080 pixels) with LED backligthing.
It has a color depth of 16.7M, a luminance of 250cd/m2 and a contrast ratio of 1:1000. Buyers can even select a multitouch panel on top of it.
There is no special graphics card inside the system, only what it integrated in whatever central processing unit is selected.
Speaking of CPUs, the AiO can house any of the units compatible with the HM61 chipset. The Core i7-3770S is the best of them, but other Core i7 and even Core i5 chips can be used.
Furthermore, Eurocom included two storage drives equipped with SATA 6.0 Gbps interfaces. One 3.5-inch HDD can be used, the other drive is a 2.5-inch HDD or SSD.
Moving on, the amount of random access memory is of up to 16 GB (SODIMM 204-pin, DDR3-1333/1600), as enabled by two slots.
Other specs include a 9-in-1 card reader, TPM and a Kensington lock (for security), two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0, one HDMI output, an HDMI input, audio/mic jacks, LAN, two serial ports and two PS/2 ports.
All these features are packed inside a frame that measures 21.08 x 1.96 x 14.8 inches / 527 x 49 x 370 mm and weighs 16.5lbs / 7.5kg.