Cybernet Announces Latest All-in-One LCD PC

IRVINE, CA. January 18, 2011. Cybernet, the pioneer in all-in-one PC technology, has just released a new all-in-one LCD PC, the iOne-GX45. This new PC uses the latest Intel G45 Express Chipset, which provides greater support for advanced graphics applications such as high-definition video playback. The iOne-GX45 also supports DDR3 memory up to 8GB and has more expansion slots than the previous iOne-GX31 model that it replaces.
Since 1996, Cybernet has been designing and producing all-in-one PCs that are contained within a keyboard or LCD monitor. Cybernet’s mini PCs are customized in accordance with specifications unique to their customers’ industry and business operations. Cybernet is focused on four main vertical markets: health care, banking, government and education. Customers in all four of their vertical markets own iOne-GX31 models, and can now upgrade to the new version. The new iOne-GX45’s chipset with its powerful graphics engine will enable customers to view high-resolution images or 3D graphics required for many of today’s business applications directly on their all-in-one PC. The iOne-GX45 supports DDR3 memory up to 8GB, providing more RAM to run even those demanding Windows 64-bit applications with ease.
Says Cybernet Senior Vice-President Ali A. Bagheri, "As Intel continues to enhance their chipsets to serve the needs of business, we incorporate them into our all-in-one PCs accordingly. Our primary goal is to provide the most up-to-date technology solutions for our customers as they need them, and we make it a priority to stay on top of the technology trends. That drives our R&D efforts.”
Cybernet will continue to support the iOne-GX31 for three more years, and will offer an upgrade path to existing customers to purchase the iOne-GX45 in the form of a rebate.
Specifications, photos, and more information about Cybernet’s iOne-GX45 can be found at the product page on their website.
About Cybernet Manufacturing
Cybernet Manufacturing is a global manufacturer of space-saving, all in one computers serving multiple vertical markets such as health care, banking, government, and education. Cybernet is privately held, and is headquartered in Irvine, CA, with operations in Taiwan, China, and Europe. The company employs 400+ employees worldwide. Visit their website for more information: