E-panel range e-xcites visitors

Lucky Heart Information Co Ltd in partnership with Taiwan-based AmazePC, is wowing visitors with its range of e-panel desktop PCs.

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By  Cleona Godinho Published  September 29, 2005

Lucky Heart Information Co Ltd in partnership with Taiwan-based AmazePC, is wowing visitors with its range of e-panel desktop PCs. The e-panel series is essentially a fully-fledged computer that’s big on space-saving, as all the necessary components are integrated neatly into the back of the machine’s LCD monitor. “The special design of the e-panel series is really turning heads this week. The e-panel has all of its hardware embedded into the space behind the LCD screen. This makes it a great space-saver for home and business users who want to maximise desk space and save on electricity bills,” says Lily Lu, marketing director of Lucky Heart. With rising operating costs in the Middle East, the e-panel is proving to be popular with both home and business users. The company reckons this is due to the fact that while the machines are space-savers, they offer competitive specifications that will tackle applications and games. One of the models being pushed at the show, for instance, is the 820 series that can be equipped with an Intel Pentium 4 processor, 1G/byte of DDR RAM and even a 250G/byte hard disk drive. This can all be stacked neatly onto the back of the machine’s 15” LCD screen. The company believes this model will appeal to home users who require a fast machine to sift through their work. For high-end users, the firm offers machines such as the E-panel 920 and 960. As compared to the cheaper 820 series, the 920 and 960 have a 17” LCD screen, a bigger power supply and yet, they weigh only 1kg more. However, the 960 caters to those who prefer an AMD-based platform. Besides desktop PCs, the company is also demonstrating its touch-screen technology, which can be adapted to work with the e-panel PCs. “This technology is good for a number of different applications such as restaurants, kiosks and even retail stores, as they can be made to function as point-of-sale terminals,” says Lu. The firm’s distributor, E-POS, is exhibiting in Hall 2.

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