AOC mySmart - The first all-in-one with Android
Andrei Calina | On 18, Mar 2014
Call it an oversized tablet, but AOC’s latest thing is really cool!
Recently, AOC introduced two new smart all-in-one monitors, loaded with Android. They are available in two sizes, measuring 21.5 and 23.6 inches, and, alongside the crisp images they’re delivering, they have a powerful enough CPU, which can run any Android app with ease. Curious enough to find more? I knew it. Let’s see a few details…
The two full HD models come with a T33 NVIDIA quad-core CPU, clocked at 1.6 GHz, 2 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage. That might seem a bit low for you to store all those documents, photos and apps, but don’t worry , as the AOC mySmart also has an SDHD memory card slot, so you can expand those 8 gigs anytime.
And wait, there’s more. The mySmart all-in-one has D-Sub and HDMI ports, two USB ports and a micro-USB one, so you can easily connect your printer or camera to it. Also, if you’re looking for some high quality video calling, there’s a 720p front facing camera, a high-quality microphone and 2W speakers, alongside a 3.5 mm jack, if you’re a headphone fan.
Last but not least, the design follows a minimalistic line, all black, with a silver touch, which I personally like very much. On the back, there’s a standing system, allowing you to use the AOC mySmart at angles from 12 degrees to 55.
As for the price, I consider them decent for what this device is offering: about $615 for the 21.5″ model and $680 for 23.6″.
What do you say? Should we give the AOC mySmart a chance?