Samsung continues to expand its lineup of computers with the addition of new all-in-ones running Windows 11. It looks similar to iMac
Samsung recently launched its latest all-in-one PC, which bears an uncanny resemblance to Apple’s iMac. With ultra-thin bezels and the ability to upgrade the amount of RAM memory after purchase, the South Korean company continues to expand its lineup of computers.
At first glance, Samsung’s new all-in-one is undoubtedly reminiscent of Apple’s iMac. The design includes a “chin” under the screen, comparable to the one on the iMac. The 24-inch screen size is also comparable to the iMac, although the screen resolution is lower at 1,920 x 1,080 pixels and with an IPS LCD panel.
In Intel Raptor Lake-B controls
However, Samsung managed to incorporate much thinner bezels than the iMac. The 720p webcam can be lowered into the case to protect user privacy. This Windows 11 PC is powered by an Intel Raptor Lake-B processor, with the Intel Core i7-1360P used in the top-end model.
Samsung’s all-in-one comes with 8GB to 16GB of RAM depending on the model. However, RAM is easier Improved After purchase, thanks to a flap on the back. In terms of connectivity, there’s an SD card reader, Gigabit Ethernet, a USB-C port, four USB-A ports, an HDMI output and an HDMI input. As you understand, it can also be used as an external screen thanks to this HDMI input.
Samsung also includes two 5-watt stereo speakers, a 90-watt power adapter, and a wireless keyboard and mouse. The all-in-one PC is currently available in Korea, with configuration options ranging from Intel Core i3 to 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD to 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD.
It remains to be seen whether Samsung will expand the availability of its all-in-one to other markets, including Europe.
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