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Very nice but I want to see how far can the upgrades go.

 
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^^ Who says its going to overheat? Doesnt Ivy Bridge have a lower TDP than SB? and there will be channels in the case for air to get at the fans I'm sure. If there's one thing HP dont need right now is a failed product.

It's a giant laptop with the keyboard replaced with a (heat generating) screen, with workstation hardware inside. Think about that for a second.
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What about the HP Omni's that have been out for a while?
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this, and they are better priced
To answer you both: the CPU options are okay, but the GPU options are horrible.
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Looks promising. If they could make this successfull....

I love the way the Mac's look and the simple all in one solution, but this thing would def turn me to purchase one of these slick boys.
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Man, that music sounds VERY familiar... Anyone know what it is? Reminds me of the music from the trailer of the latest Star Trek.
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post #16 of 32
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It's a giant laptop with the keyboard replaced with a (heat generating) screen, with workstation hardware inside. Think about that for a second.

Screens are now LED so don't get a fraction of how hot ccfl screens got...... Plus have you seen the size of that heatsink on the cpu? Think about that for a second.
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Screens are now LED so don't get a fraction of how hot ccfl screens got...... Plus have you seen the size of that heatsink on the cpu? Think about that for a second.

Looks just like any other tiny, compacted laptop heatsink with poor airflow. Only this one is sitting on a substantially more powerful chip, and surrounded by substantially more powerful (and thus hotter) components than any laptop. Unless you are implying that those tiny blower fans can somehow compress air into a super-dense state and whisk heat away at a substantially higher rate than is possible under normal atmospheric conditions, it's not going to run as cool as you seem to think it will. Keep in mind that as an all-in-one solution, they're going for form over function so you can pretty much guarantee that those fans are also operating at slow, quiet speeds.
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Looks just like any other tiny, compacted laptop heatsink with poor airflow. Only this one is sitting on a substantially more powerful chip, and surrounded by substantially more powerful (and thus hotter) components than any laptop. Unless you are implying that those tiny blower fans can somehow compress air into a super-dense state and whisk heat away at a substantially higher rate than is possible under normal atmospheric conditions, it's not going to run as cool as you seem to think it will. Keep in mind that as an all-in-one solution, they're going for form over function so you can pretty much guarantee that those fans are also operating at slow, quiet speeds.

Based on a picture of the finished product, you think you know better than HP's engineers?
    
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Looks just like any other tiny, compacted laptop heatsink with poor airflow. Only this one is sitting on a substantially more powerful chip, and surrounded by substantially more powerful (and thus hotter) components than any laptop. Unless you are implying that those tiny blower fans can somehow compress air into a super-dense state and whisk heat away at a substantially higher rate than is possible under normal atmospheric conditions, it's not going to run as cool as you seem to think it will. Keep in mind that as an all-in-one solution, they're going for form over function so you can pretty much guarantee that those fans are also operating at slow, quiet speeds.
The high end 27 inch iMac can house a 3.4GHz i7 2600 and a AMD Radeon HD 6970M and it manages to stay cool with silent fans, of course when gaming the temperatures shoot up and as far as I know the fans stay silent even then, too. Albeit the Quadro's do have a 100w TDP vs 80w TDP on the 6970M. It still should be possible to stay cool.
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Might as well. The greatest benefit of a desktop is the ability to upgrade hardware. If that isn't you, save space and get a laptop or this hybrid.
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