With the recent rumors claiming Microsoft could be developing a Surface-branded all-in-one PC, there's already one company that has come up with a fresh idea on how to design a Windows 10 AIO. The France-based Kineti recently launched its 42-inch touchscreen PC that's designed like a coffee table.
The company's website shows that the Kineti's touchscreen is waterproof so it can be used like a regular table to place drinks on its surface. The screen itself is 1920x1080, and inside it has an Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 120GB of storage.
The company's official video shows how owners could stream the Windows 10 screen on the Kineti onto a big-screen television in their living room, and the table itself can be adjusted so the screen sits an angle for activities like Skype calls and more. The company is already selling the Kineti for €4,997.
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