In Pictures: 10 new Windows 8 all-in-one PCs

The introduction of Microsoft Windows 8 has spawned a variety of new and exciting devices -- including some sleek and powerful all-in-one desktop systems. We feature here 10 of the newest systems, some touch and some not, that were created for the new operating system.

Gateway One ZX

The Gateway One ZX Series is aimed at consumers who want simplicity at a reasonable price. For example, the Gateway One ZX6980-UR308 ($849.99) offers a 23-in. Full HD (1920 x 1080) display with a 2.8GHz Intel Pentium G640 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive and a DVD read/write drive. It also has a pair of USB 3.0 ports, plus four USB 2.0 connections.

A built-in webcam, WiFi and Bluetooth support, and wireless mouse and keyboard make it versatile, although its single HDMI port could be a limiting factor for some entertainment configurations. Other models are available, including one with a Core i3 processor and 6GB of memory.

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