NextComputing has recently unveiled their newest all-in-one desktop PC for the mass market, the Radius. This lightweight, briefcase-sized system sports a 17-inch 1920 x 1200 display, an optional Intel Core i7, Intel Xeon or AMD Phenom II processor, an ATI or NVIDIA graphics card, up to 24GB DDR3 RAM, up to 9TB non-hot swappable hard drives or two hot-swappable hard drives (up to 500GB each) and an internal DVD+/-RW drive. Pricing and release date are still unknown at the moment. [NextComputing]



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