ViewSonic VSD241 hands-on: you want an all-in-one with Android, you got it
It is one of many here at MWC, and it features a 24” IPS panel with multi-touch support, a quad-core Nvidia chip and MHL connectivity. That makes it a relatively affordable all-in-one, albeit with limited performance capabilities.
You can easily hook up a mouse and keyboard, and try and use Android on a daily basis instead of the more traditional Windows, OS X or even Linux. It’d be a limited choice, but it’s definitely an interesting option that many users without high demands will like.
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ViewSonic VSD241 hands-on
2. kartik4u98 (Posts: 511; Member since: 19 May 2012)
Although its a nice approach but I cant think of any REAL practical use of it...
4. marklugtu1302 (Posts: 13; Member since: 29 Aug 2012)
Dock a Razr on n HD station and on any HDTV even a 55inch, you would get this..
6. microworld (Posts: 1; Member since: 19 Jun 2013)
I can see a situation where a corporation sets up a virtual desktop, say, windows 8 and this screen can Remote Desktop of Terminal Service into that virtual machine. Great for training, In a corporate sense it means that the MIS manager can administer local and allow access remotely. Typing this comment using a tiny ultrabook and a large screen connected into a virtual workstation at the office. This would take the ultrabook out of the equation.. I am looking forward to pick up one of these the moment it hits distribution and then 7 more for training purposes if it works well.. Imagine a class where there are no thin clients or computers on the desktop, just a screen with wireless keyboard and mouse. Very minimalist, and yet, you have through a server (VMware or Hyper-v) access to discreet and secure workstations that can be set up with the training syllabus.. Easy setup and teardown, very clean look, very efficient teaching.