The all new Maingear Solo 21 AIO PC boasts of being completely upgradeable and arrives with some configurable options to watch out for. On the shallower side, it can be customized with hand-painted, automotive quality colors, so potential users can select shades of their liking.
The system is fitted with a 21.5-inch LED backlit 1080p screen that can be bumped up to support 10-point multi-touch technology. The basic variant houses a 3.3GHz Intel Core i3 2125 processor, upgradeable to the Intel Core i7 2600S chip. Its interiors reveal the presence of an Intel DH61AG motherboard which extends support to USB 3.0, SATA 6G as well as 32nm and 22nm processors. Another main configurable option is the 16GB DDR3-1333 memory that can be opted for instead of the onboard 4GB DDR3-1333 spec.
“The new Maingear Solo 21 is the perfect PC to meet the increased market demand of having an all-in-one PC that is more versatile for business or entertainment use. Maingear continues to be an innovation leader with the release of this unique all-new all-in-one, which offers premium features, stylish design and upgradability that no one else offers,” states Wallace Santos, CEO and Founder of Maingear.
As far as storage is concerned, the 500GB HDD can be maxed out to a 2TB 7200 RPM SATA HDD. Furthermore, the 32GB SSD embedded in the system features NVELO Dataplex software for enhanced performance. Other frills such as a built in webcam, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity are all in place. And so is the Vesa mount that the Windows 7 Home Premium-based AIO PC comes bundled along with.
The Maingear Solo 21 AIO PC price starts at $999 and enthusiasts can head to the company’s official website to customize their systems.