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The All In One 2 is a development of the popular akasa control panel. The multi functional panel sits in a 5.25 PC bay and offers three major function types including:
Five slot internal memory card reader Conveniently positioned at the front of your PC makes using flash cards easy. Compatible with all popular memory cards, accepts high capacity cards and absolutely no card adapters are required.
Easy access multi connections Featuring eSATA, IEEE1394, HD Audio and 3x USB2.0 ports neatly covered behind a push open mesh cover ready to use when needed.
Smart fan and temperature control Constantly monitors temperature in three system zones and enables automatic (temperature driven) or manual control of three fans. The color LCD screen displays selected fan speed and thermal probe temperature.
The built in adjustable alarm function warns you if any components exceed pre-set temperatures or if a fan is faulty. The multi featured AllInOne2 panel makes the perfect solution for taking control of your PC system and expanding its multimedia functions. It is easy to use and adds class to any system case. The AllInOne2 is available in silver or black.
Total Reviews: 2 Average Rating:
Reviewer: MrAtariMac (1)
I searched for a front control panel forever - nothing met all my needs in a single unit, but this came amazingly close. There is control for 3 fans and 3 temp sensors. What''s nice is the sensors can be located anywhere. You can be in automatic mode which controls the fan speeds, or be in manual. I chose manual because I want to monitor temps not necessarily in relation to fan locations. Just don''t connect the fans to motherboard controlled-power fan connectors - they tend to conflict. Then fans still work, but the All-In-One has alarms if your fan speed goes below a speed you set (lowest setting is 600rpm), which can dip below that with motherboard signals (annoying). And the little display makes a computer ''look'' like a computer. The only drawback is wires - if you hook up everything, you have a lot of wires to manage. If it had USB 3 connections, it would be perfect. Still a great device if you''re not afraid of addition cable/wiring complexity. I bought 2 for two new builds and they work fine.
OK -- Works Better Than Most12-26-2011
Reviewer: Ringo Kid (3)
Overall, this unit works well and looks good. The display is easy to view from any angle and although it doesn''t shut off, it doesn''t blind you in the dark. The unit holds its settings during reboots and when the power is off for extended periods. Like most bay devices of this type, there are a crap load of cables, but all are long enough to reach their destination and are easily hidden. I purchased this unit to monitor and control three 140MM case fans and for the card reader; both which I''m satisfied with. There are a couple of caveats which prevented me from giving a 5 rating: 1. The lowest RPM setting for the fan alarm is 500 RPM. This prevented me from using the automatic fan control setting because the unit wanted to idle my 140MM fans down to 400 RPM or less causing the alarm to go off continuously. This wasn''t a big deal for me since all I wanted the unit to do is detect a fan stoppage and so I manually set my fans to 700 RPM. 2. The mode button which is used to select the fan/temperature channel to display and control is under the flip down cover. It seems stupid to me that I have to open the cover to select a fan channel; the mode button should be outside of the cover along side the fan speed buttons. Version one of this device was built that way.