An all-in-one, 42-inch PC-HDTV (whew)

Start-up Lumenlab tries to create the ultimate convergence box.

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As Gateway showed recently, computer makers can still generate considerable buzz with an all-in-one machine. At the same time, more than a few TV makers are dabbling in their own Frankensteinian creations with combo PCs . Lumenlab is trying to do all of the above with an ultimate convergence product it calls simply the "Q" (we like).

The North Carolina start-up is developing a 42-inch 1080p HDTV that's also a self-contained computer with a terabyte of storage, 2GB of memory and an Intel Core Duo chip, Engadget says. That's pretty much all we know about it, other than a rather fetching photo of its aluminum case on the company's Web site. But that'll be enough to keep us coming back for more.

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