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If you're after a computer for the bedroom or living room that can pose as a TV and doesn't require its own desk, then an all-in-one is for you. Like many models, the Packard Bell M offers touchscreen functionality and comes with a built-in Freeview TV tuner plus an HDMI-in port, allowing you to hook up a games console or Blu-ray player.We tested the M I3871 model, with a 21.5-inch screen and an Intel Core i3 processor, selling for £580 from Dixons among other retailers -- there is also an M I5871 version with a 23-inch screen and i5 processor for £730. But will it please today's discerning family or students?Gone are the days when if you wanted a computer to sit on your desk you needed an enormous tower purring away underneath. All-in-ones pack all the components and fancy whirring do-das inside the monitor. This not only saves space, but it allows you to put it in your living room without cluttering it with cables. From the front, the oneTwo looks unremarkable. It's mostly a big black screen that could pass for any TV or monitor, with a small silver support bar at the front bearing the Packard Bell branding. It's not exactly ugly, but nor is it pretty.
By HotHardware, published 11-10-2011
Packard Bell still makes PCs. Shocker, right? Not so much in some regions, and those very regions will soon be able to snag the company's slimmest ever all-in-one PC. It's the revamped PC oneTwo, an oddly-titled machine that'll ship in November with a 65% slimmer body than the prior edition. The new PB oneTwo is a cinema, digital TV, sound...
By TechRadar, published 11-09-2011
Packard Bell has unveiled its slimmest ever all-in-one PC, a revamped PB oneTwo that is 65 per cent slimmer than its predecessor. Available in both 21.5-inch and 23-inch screen sizes, the PB oneTwo comes with second-gen Intel Core processor, Nvidia, AMD or Intel graphics cards and a touchscreen. Packard Bell reckons the oneTwo is light enough that you'll fancy carting it from room-to-room, althoug...