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An RTX 2080 in a MONITOR?!

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Quite weird that an MSI AIO from 2013, which I currently still have, is an similar type of system like iGame's just with 2013's standards.

Has same ports, looks about as thin as my computer in the video (however I'm not sure about that) and boasts both mobile GPU and CPU, which I guess would be still slower but it's still laptop specs inside a monitor. Maybe a couple fans more for the 2080 GPU but everything seems to be the same, just with a more modern design.

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"The COLORFUL iGame G-One All-in-One PC is expected to to have an MSRP of around $5000."

 

No thanks. (Source)


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Plus, why not use a socketed CPU and MXM graphic card? 35W i9 9900T and 2080 in MXM form factor are a thing nowadays. Once a soldered AIO becomes obsolete, there's no way to upgrade it any way, aside from using it as a monitor.

 

And while you are at it, why not create a Quadro variant of such thing? That would definitely blow iMac Pro out of the water!


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1 minute ago, SkyHound0202 said:

"The COLORFUL iGame G-One All-in-One PC is expected to to have an MSRP of around $5000."

 

No thanks. (Source)

They're always overpriced to a point where it seems so unrealistic. But people who aren't that "tech-savy" or don't know anything about the PC market will always fall for their miselading marketing, which leads to them buying it.

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1 hour ago, SkyHound0202 said:

Plus, why not use a socketed CPU and MXM graphic card? 35W i9 9900T and 2080 in MXM form factor are a thing nowadays. Once a soldered AIO becomes obsolete, there's no way to upgrade it any way, aside from using it as a monitor.

 

And while you are at it, why not create a Quadro variant of such thing? That would definitely blow iMac Pro out of the water!

It's called iGame for a reason.

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These things just become throwaways after one thing breaks, be it the display, fan bearings or when you get to a point where the inability to upgrade one component renders the whole thing obsolete.

 

At least on a proper desktop you can still break it down into off-the-shelf components.

 

I think a better approach for all-in-one PC's to remain viable options is to use components that can be user replaced. ITX motherboards with socketed CPU/RAM, 120mm fans and desktop graphics cards is what I would be looking into. Cables will rarely fail so something like a PCIe extender shouldn't be a problem. Having a thin profile becomes totally irrelevant at that stage because you're focusing on function over form. An extra inch in thickness can fit a lot of hardware when you spread that across the area of a large monitor.

 

And if you do want a thin monitor an all-in-one is probably NOT what you need to be shopping for.

 

You could probably even take it a step further and design a chassis that attaches to the back of any monitor with a VESA mount. Make it the same thickness as a SFX PSU, stuff a ITX system inside with regular components and use a VESA mount on the back to attach to a rigid stand. Now you have your own DIY all-in-one that can be paired with ANY monitor out there.

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Two sponsored videos in a row?  Not on friday?


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When Linus says "The price is not known", I trust him.

When he doesnt adress the price at all, something is off.

Because the price is kinda even more important than everything else.

 

Interesting machine, but if that 5k$-statement is true its almost a scam.

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46 minutes ago, Salzstangl said:

When Linus says "The price is not known", I trust him.

When he doesnt adress the price at all, something is off.

Because the price is kinda even more important than everything else.

 

Interesting machine, but if that 5k$-statement is true its almost a scam.

Custom board. It's probably a really small run on custom board/firmware/bios etc, all to fit it on a laptop style system in a monitor. If it was from someone who already makes laptops, they could just repurpose the board, and butcher it into a monitor.

 

But as is, it will be very expensive to design/build.

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32 minutes ago, TechyBen said:

Custom board. It's probably a really small run on custom board/firmware/bios etc, all to fit it on a laptop style system in a monitor. If it was from someone who already makes laptops, they could just repurpose the board, and butcher it into a monitor.

 

But as is, it will be very expensive to design/build.

I dont know enough, especially about the monitors value, to say for sure if its overpriced.

Im curious though why price/performance wasnt adressed in the video.

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not much video in this, a commercial, a simple test of performance, opening and looking at it for a few secs.. and that was it.

 

kinda disappointing. although binding something to a monitor, does not seem to be a really smart move, it would be nice, to be able to buy something like that as a package solution.

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The link provided in the description takes you to the Colorful website.  But NO WHERE on that website can you find this all in one computer.  Did no one from LMG not check their own link to make sure that the product you are featuring is being led to with the hyperlink?  It is very frustrating when you want to find out more about a product and your own link goes nowhere.  What was the point of the sponsorship then?

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I might be interested in somethign liek this but lower specs.. liek a cheaper model with a GTX 1660ti or rtx 2060 and a lower chip liek intel or AMD as a all in one screen hopefully versa mountable unit to mount in my kitchen with a bluetooth keyboard and mouse. pull up recipes and such like a tabelt but maybe liek jump on a quick 5-10 min game while letting dough rise in the proofer. 

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