At IFA, ASUS shed further details on its new all-in-one PCs in the Zen AiO S series, which made its debut earlier this year at Computex. Two models running Windows 10 will be made available sometime before the end of the year, the 23.8-inch Zen AiO S Z240IC and the 21.5-inch Zen AiO S Z220IC.
Aimed as a competitor to the iMac, the Zen AiO S features an aluminium design that's backed by serious hardware in the form of a 4K IPS touch display, Intel sixth-generation Core i5-6400T CPU, 8GB RAM, 1TB storage, USB Type-C ports, dedicated GeForce 950M video card, six speakers, Wi-Fi ac and an Intel RealSense camera for Windows Hello facial recognition. That's just the entry-level variant, with higher-end models offering Core i7 CPUs, up to 32GB RAM and 512GB SSDs.
Pricing was not detailed, although The Verge suggests that the entry-level model will be priced at €1,099 ($1,200). We'll know more as we head closer to launch.
What do you guys think of the Zen AiO S?