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Alpharetta, Ga. — AT&T subsidiary Aio Wireless has added 4G LTE service to complement is HSPA+21 service and has added retail stores in two more geographic markets.
The subsidiary, which launched operations in early May, markets no-contract 4G wireless-phone service under the Aio Wireless brand. The subsidiary sells Aio service only through Aio-brand stores operated by third parties and at Aio’s website in the markets where Aio is available.
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Alpharetta, Ga. — AT&T has created a new subsidiary to market no-contract 4G wireless phone service under the Aio Wireless brand.
Aio Wireless, based here, launched service in three markets — Houston, Orlando and Tampa — and plans to roll out in multiple markets across the U.S. over the next year with a quartet of what it calls simplified, value-price plans and a variety of unsubsidized smartphones.
The service and products are available on AIO’s website and in select stores in the three markets.
Baldwin Park, Calif. - CyberPowerPC has introduced and starting shipping its Zeus Touch All-in-One Touchscreen Desktop PC Series.
The Zeus Touch combines a minimalist tablet-like design with the latest power-efficient performance processors from Intel. Each computer runs on Microsoft Windows 8 and features the latest third generation Intel Core processors with Intel HD 4000 graphics and high density performance. The computer is designed for general use along with playing high-powered video games.
Research Triangle Park, N.C. – Lenovo’s new IdeaCentre Q190 all-in-one (AIO) desktop is so small it could be called a portable computer.
Lenovo has packed a fully functioning home-theater-centric AIO into the 0.84-inch-thick device, which overall is not much larger than an external hard drive.
Lenovo is marketing the $349 and more Q190, shipping in January, as a portable home theater. It supports full HD graphics, 7.1 surround sound, has an optional Blu-ray player and supports 3D Blu-ray playback.