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Tuesday, 02 June 2009 14:51

Partners to have All-in-One ION products

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Asus Eee Top, MSI Windtop and others


It was only a matter of time before partners started to squeeze Nvidia's ION into All-in-One devices. The Computex show is and always was the perfect place to show such devices and there are quite few of those. Along with the usual suspects such as MSI and Asus, companies like Pegatron, ECS and Flextronics decided to join the AIO band wagon as well.

The lineup consists of seven different devices from various partners, and Asus Eee TOP ET2002, MSI's Windtop AE 2201 and ECS Morph-I are certainly the ones that are most interesting. Flextronics showed its Cobra-2, while Pegatron came up with something called IPP7A-DF2. Other partners include ICD with Kitchen PC and TCL with its Ruiyi 101.

Nvidia's ION is apparently quite popular and we are quite sure that more will pop up during this year. Unfortunately, none of these devices are still not available, but its nice to know that ION took a nice piece of Intel's 945GSE cake.

Here is a picture of Asus Eee Top ET2002 and we already took picture of MSI's Windtop AE2201 which you can find here.

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