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Engadget Jan 5, 2014

The machine uses NFC and a "tap to connect" feature to pair devices, though you could also hook them up using one of the four USB ports, three HDMI sockets or the micro-USB connection.

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Phandroid Jan 6, 2014

This machine is a 28-inch computer with a stunning 4K display! And believe me guys… it really is stunning. The colors and definitions are sharp, colorful and clear. Android is not the main feature here, though, which is what makes this device special.

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HotHardware Jan 6, 2014

This is a unique product since it operates as both a monitor and an AIO system. This monitor also sports a 4K resolution as well as 10-point multitouch.

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