Averatec D1005 All-In-One computer



TriGem USA has recently announced that they will be making available the Averatec 22″ D1005 all-in-one (AIO) computer to the masses, giving yet another option to folks who want a decent rig in their homes that won’t take up too much space, no thanks to the ever increasing population and inability for the masses to purchase a decent home as apartments get more and more popular in dense residential areas due to the lack of land. The Averatec D1005 might sound rather basic to some, but don’t let it fool you as it is perfect for business, home users and college-bound students who want the full functionality of a PC without compromising on performance despite being crammed into a chassis that is extremely space saving.

According to Henry Hewitt, vice president of sales at TriGem USA, “Our latest offering was designed with the college student and business professional in mind. Its sleek design and small footprint make it an attractive system to sit on top of your desk without taking up a lot of space. As people downsize their office space and college students head back to the dorm, saving valuable desktop real estate is top of mind. In addition, its ability to serve as a multimedia center makes it a great choice for those looking for a PC that can do ‘double duty.’ Its powerful dual-core processor, ability to play video at true 1080p resolution, and built-in megapixel webcam combines all the applications consumers are demanding these days.”

Underneath the hood, you will find that the 22″ Averatec D1005 AIO holds a 2.5GHz Intel Pentium dual-core E5200 processor, a massive 320GB hard drive, 3GB of memory, Wi-Fi connectivity (802.11n), gigabit Ethernet connectivity, Microsoft Vista Home Premium and a full-size USB keyboard and mouse to get you started. Just in case the $799 asking price might be a wee bit too high for you, there is always the 18″ D1133 version which is pretty capable as well, although those who can spend more might want to check out the 25.5″ D1205 instead.

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shinto Says: July 20, 2009 at 6:36 am


Nick Says: July 20, 2009 at 7:49 pm

Let’s randomly insert our economical and political views into our technology link boxes!

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