HP announced a pair of new TouchSmart all-in-one PCs on Monday.
The new touchscreen desktop PCs feature a 60-degree reclining display, allowing users to adjust the display’s position for a more comfortable way to user Windows 7 Touch. Both the TouchSmart 610 Consumer PC and TouchSmart 9300 Elite Business PC feature a 23-inch HD display that reclines up to 60 degrees and tilts forward up to five degrees. The LED-backlit display is also optimized for multiple viewing angles.
“As a leader in touch computing, HP has made each iteration of the TouchSmart PC more intuitive, resourceful and fun for users,” said James Mouton, senior vice president, Desktop Organization, Personal Systems Group, HP. “The latest generation is no exception with a new design that makes it easier and more comfortable to use, and it allows businesses to integrate the TouchSmart where convenience, space constraints and appearance matter.”
The TouchSmart 610 includes the option for Intel or AMD processors, up to 16GB of RAM, 1TB HDD, Blu-Ray and a 1.3MP webcam. The 9300 will include Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge CPUs, a 160GB SSD option and a 2MP megapixel camera. HP says the 610 will start shipping on February 9 for $899. The 9300 will begin shipping in May but HP has not revealed pricing yet.