Technology | June 07, 2007

All-in-One Computer Combines PC, LCD Display in Slim Chassis

An all-in-one computer that integrates the PC and LCD panel into a powerful, space-saving solution, the Tangent VITA 8000S is 3.5 inches thick and weighs 21 pounds. It combines the PC and a 17-inch LCD display inside a slim, ergonomic, all-in-one chassis.
The system features dual-core processing, high-quality video and WLAN support, and is ideal for computer AV carts or wall mounting with numerous wall-mount options, including a vertical lift mount.
Standard VITA 800S features include an Intel Celeron D, Pentium 4 or Pentium D processor supporting dual-core processing, on-board Intel Gbit LAN and video with integrated Intel GMA 950 graphics accelerator. The system can be easily expanded with four USB 2.0 ports, two PCMCIA Type II slots or one PCMCIA Type III slot, slim ODD and FDD options, as well as legacy PS/2, serial and parallel ports.

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