Many people in the past have taken pleasure in building their own desktop computers from scratch, using a variety of readily available enthusiast parts to make the PC as powerful or as economical as possible. Gigabyte has provided a number of these sorts of parts over the years, but now they want to expand into a new DIY realm: self-building all-in-one computers.
At CES 2013, Gigabyte has teamed up with Intel to provide a new set of standards and components that will help you build a computer right into the back of a monitor. Through specially-developed cases - which include an LCD panel mounted to the front - and ultra-low-profile mini-ITX motherboards (which Intel are dubbing "Thin Mini-ITX"), creating one of these computers will become much easier.
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