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Trigem steps up with 26-inch all-in-one PC

updated 02:55 pm EST, Wed December 24, 2008

Trigem LLUON B2

Averatec's Korean home brand Trigem on Wednesday introduced the LLUON B2, the company's first large-sized all-in-one computer. In contrast to the earlier, Atom-based A1, the new model is targeted more closely at the high end occupied by the iMac or XPS One 24 and carries a 26-inch, 1920x1200 display in an upscale black design. The system uses its extra room to carry a 2.66GHz Core 2 Quad desktop processor versus the mobile chips of some challengers.

A stock model also carries 2GB of memory, a 320GB hard drive, a webcam and a GeForce 9300M GS for dedicated graphics; Vista Home Premium is its only operating system choice. Trigem hasn't listed pricing or availability for the B2, though the company has recently begun porting its other LLUON desktops to the US under the Averatec label with features largely intact. [via AVING]





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  1. Manuel

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    As always...

    ...most manufacturers of Wintels designed computers put so much work on the front that they forget the back. Nice location for extra plug-ins.

  1. Constable Odo

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    Let's hope the next iMac

    has the same specs or better than this offering. It'll be terrific if the iMac comes with a Core 2 Quad chip at 2.66. Those iMacs should sell like hotcakes.

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