When you think of an all-in-one PC, I would venture to guess that the first image that pops in your head would be that of an iMac. If not specifically Apple’s branded machine, then one similar, which featured all of the main components housed in the monitor. Since you’re always going to need a monitor, it seems like the perfect setup. All you need is a keyboard and mouse and you’re all set. Have you ever considered getting a computer that’s built into your keyboard?
I can see why someone would think to pack a PC inside the keyboard, as someday you may want to upgrade your monitor. You won’t be able to do that without getting an entirely new system. Unfortunately, the problem here is that you’re going to get a really bulky keyboard that may or may not be comfortable to type on. Personally, I change out keyboards much more often than I switch monitors, so I’ll just stick with the tried-and-true method.
If you’re in the market for a keyboard computer (and don’t feel like robbing the bottom half of a notebook) then this will set you back between $629 and $1099.