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HP shows off new all-in-one TouchSmart IQ800 PCs

Posted in HP by Shane McGlaun on September 16th, 2008

HP TouchSmart IQ800Some say that the days of the familiar computer mouse are numbered and in the future navigation on computers will be done via touch screens or other input methods. Touch sensitive devices are coming in all sorts of electronic products today from PCs to cell phones and more.

HP announced a new line of touch screen PCs called the TouchSmart IQ800 series today. The system uses an all-in-one design with a 25.5-inch screen that allows users to control the system with a finger. The line of computers offers features like integrated Blu-ray players, color changing lighting that shines on the keyboard, and a HP MediaBay for extra storage.

The 25.5-inch screen has a resolution of 1920 x 1200, which will allow it to display full 1080p Blu-ray content. The series is powered by Intel Core 2 Duo CPU and has an integrated webcam. The series also takes advantage of HP Power Management technology to reduce power consumption by up to 45% compared to PCs without power management enabled. The line will be available starting in September with a base price of $1899.

Some say that the days of the familiar computer mouse are numbered and in the future navigation on computers will be done via touch screens or other input methods. Touch sensitive devices are coming in all sorts of electronic products today from PCs to cell phones and more.

HP announced a new line of touch screen PCs called the TouchSmart IQ800 series today. The system uses an all-in-one design with a 25.5-inch screen that allows users to control the system with a finger. The line of computers offers features like integrated Blu-ray players, color changing lighting that shines on the keyboard, and a HP MediaBay for extra storage.

The 25.5-inch screen has a resolution of 1920 x 1200, which will allow it to display full 1080p Blu-ray content. The series is powered by Intel Core 2 Duo CPU and has an integrated webcam. The series also takes advantage of HP Power Management technology to reduce power consumption by up to 45% compared to PCs without power management enabled. The line will be available starting in September with a base price of $1899.

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