The Intel All-In-One PC (sometimes written as AIO PC) is so totally awesome, it’s barely believable. When I use it with the kids, I can hardly wrap my head around how advanced technology has become.
Don’t I sound so incredibly old?
As a gal who grew up computer-less, trying her darndest to pound out papers for high school English using her family’s old Brother Electronic Typewriter (which sure did its job but, man, was it a lesson in patience), I’m amazed at how far technology has progressed.
And more than anything, I am totally and completely thankful that my crazy current job has allowed our family some really cool opportunities to play with the latest and greatest–and that I then get to share that information with you.
I often write about ways that we can bring technology ‘home’ for our three kids, so when I was asked to be a part of the Intel AIO Blogger group, I seriously did a jig of joy.
Here’s the skinny. . .
- The Intel All-In-One PC — Fab Device For Digital Families: In the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing how we’re using this device, what works for us, and what doesn’t.
What worked? Moving in.
Unloading the Intel AIO PC was easy-peasy: one small box.
A few swipes. And bam.
What works? The space that the AIO PC requires, which is. . . almost none.
One big screen that can either sit upright or lay flat.
A keyboard that weighs nothing.
And a mouse.
And one cord.
What else works? I’ll continue to let you know!
In the next few weeks, I’ll be sharing how our family is using this device for work and schoolwork, learning, and play. Stay tuned!
Have any questions or anything you’d like to know? Let me know and I’ll try to get to it!
fyi: I am in a partnership with Intel. Through this partnership I gain access to content, product, or other forms of value. As always, my opinion is my own, influenced only by my three digital kids and my experience as a parent and educator.
I own a similar version Pc (sony vaio svj202) a 20″ model but it no longer functions properly as the glass face (diffuser) is cracked. have looked but as of yet, have had no luck finding a replacement part nor how to repair.
Going to call Sony tech support today.
might you know of someone or somehow to get help?
sorry, shawn. i have no idea!