Two new touchscreen PCs were unveiled by HP – TouchSmart 610 and TouchSmart 9300. Both PCs feature a 23-inch diagonal HD display that reclines up to 60 degrees and tilts forward up to five degrees. Designed for avarage consumers, the TouchSmart 610 is expected to be available on Feb. 9 in the United States at a starting price of $899.99. Beside the pre-loaded touch-optimized applications from Hulu, Netflix, Rhapsody and Twitter, as well as HP’s exclusive RecipeBox and webcam applications, the TouchSmart 610 also allows users to add new applications via the TouchSmart Apps Center. Featuring Beats Audio™, select models of the TouchSmart 610 are available with Ubisoft‘s real-time strategy game, R.U.S.E.™, good news for gamers, huh?
Ideal for business users, the TouchSmart 9300 configured with second-generation Intel Core processors, up to 16 gigabytes of memory, and an optional 160 GB solid-state drive. The 9300 runs Windows 7 operating systems and enhanced with with touchscreen applications. It’s also equipped with facial recognition software for enhanced security. The HP TouchSmart 9300 Business PC is expected to be available in May in the United States, but the pricing still unknown.
I like the ergonomic design of TouchSmart PCs, but the VAIO L series still wins my heart. What your words? share with us!