China monitor maker, Sefree, is stepping into the desktop computer market with this beautiful 4K touchscreen All-In-One PC called Apollo. Not going to lie, it is a gorgeous machine – though I do have reservations about that the somewhat “eye-catching” bezel. If you know what I mean.
As much as I wanted to be sold by it, the lack of an official website and background pushes me to the skeptical corner. However, if you are keen, you may want to know that there are four models in total. It is offered in two display sizes, 27- and 32-inch, and two processor types, i5 and i7.
One of the major selling point of Sefree Apollo 4K Touchscreen AIO PC is the so-called “Flexible Zero-Gravity Hinge” that allows the display to be rotate between 15- and 95 degrees. In other words, you can choose to use the Apollo as a giant-ass tablet for your creative needs.
Here’s the specifications overview:
- OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
- Display: 27- or 32-inch 4K, 10-point multitouch
- Processor: Intel Core i5 8250 or Intel Core i7 8550U
- Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics 620 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060
- Storage: Hybrid 256 GB SSD/1 TB HDD or 512 SSD/2 TB HDD
- Memory: 16 or 32 GB
- Camera: 5 MP or dual camera (5 MP + Night Vision)
- Input/Output: Rear: HDMI (x2), Ethernet, USB (x4), DisplayPort; Front: USB (x2, including 1x USB-C), 3.5 mm headphone jack
Sefree also sells Apollo as an ultra thin AIO with a monitor profile of mere 11 mm, with the thinner-than-set-top box look base is the CPU where you also find a bunch of physical connections. Each unit comes with the AIO, Apollo stylus, a wireless mouse, wireless keyboard and a power cable/charger.
Sefree is also offering a monitor-only variety called Apollo Lite, but that I believe, is only available in 27-inch. The Lite is everything the Apollo is, just that it has no CPU. In either case, Sefree did not specify the refresh which is as important as a gaming machine since it is advertised as a PC that can play Xbox titles.
In case you are down, Sefree Apollo 4K Touchscreen AIO PC can be pre-ordered by backing for a unit on Kickstarter. Prices start at $799 for the Apollo Lite and $1,699 for the Apollo AIO. TBH, they are not as affordable as I have imagined them to be. But hey, we will let you be your own judge of things.
All images courtesy of Sefree.