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isn't an ALL in one one that contains all, including a monitor?, examples are lisa, macintosh 128/512, and several movable (>10 kg) pc's. The early ones running on cpm. Robert Tito | Talk 16:55, 27 February 2007 (CST)

Correct. I think the article mentions that already. Do you think it's not clear enough? -- ZachPruckowski (Speak to me) 17:08, 27 February 2007 (CST)

The iMac spec sheet indicates that Apple uses Core 2 Duo processors with a 667 MHz system bus. The only Intel Core processors with that bus speed are the portable "Merom" line. The static version of that page is here. Additionally, SODIMMs are laptop memory. -- ZachPruckowski (Speak to me) 17:18, 27 February 2007 (CST)

actually yes, if I see a commodore, amiga I do not see an all in one, the monitor lacks. gives a nice overview of all apple's. There was in that time a moveable pc with 2 floppies of 8" yes the were the precursor of the 5.25". The first original floppies were 12" (frisbee like) things you could only insert using both hands. They were a part of the PDP-12, and the floppies were belt driven devices. Robert Tito | Talk 17:22, 27 February 2007 (CST) the 12 and 8" floppies could contain some 37kB (lthough in these days the dispute was alive whether a byte was 7 bit or 8. ebsdic used 7 bits plus a sign bit.

someone please clarify the meaning of this sentence "However, AIOs have commonly included keyboards as a main component in the past." what is a "main component"? does that mean that it is built in, or does it mean that it is bundled with the system?. just pointing out the ambiguity. :) --Daniel Folkinshteyn 11:24, 16 March 2007 (CDT)