The HP TouchSmart 620-1080 3D is a successor to the 610 HP TouchSmart introduced in May 2011. Powered by a second-generation Core 3.1GHz Intel Core i5, the new all-in-one PC has 8 GB of memory, a Blu-ray, a hard drive and discrete AMD Radeon HD 1.5 TB 6670 graphics card . There is also a 23-inch 3D display that rotates 180 degrees and tilts up 60 degrees. Other features include an integrated webcam and the integrated 3D audio technology shock. The HP TouchSmart 620-1080 3D will be released November 15, 2011 [the product]
HP joined Lenovo, Sony, and others through the combination of 3D display technology with the convenience of a desktop all-in-one.
The new TouchSmart 620 3D Edition is $ 1,800 for the base model, put it in the middle of the pack in terms of price, but the touch screen PC also includes perhaps the strongest set of software on the market contact.
Specifications for the new 23-inch TouchSmart 620 includes a 3.1GHz, the second generation Intel Core i5 processors, 8 GB of memory, a Blu-ray player and a 1.5 TB drive. The 3D capability is through a TriDef 3D display and software, and an AMD Radeon HD 6670 graphics card.
Specifications are appropriate a step or two down from $ 2300 Sony Vaio L series a 3D version, but $ 1300 Lenovo, Core i7-based IdeaCentre B520 is still an impressive 3D all-in-one deal.
You may be ready to absorb a higher price for the HP, if you enjoy well-developed software or touch an all-in-one with a screen that tilts down 60 degrees. The new TouchSmart also includes a built-in, two-lens camera for capturing 3D video and still images at home.
Pure 3D players will not necessarily appreciate the extras, but families interested in using a PC as an entertainment booth perhaps. Anyway I’m glad to see more 3D-capable all-in-one, as experience 3D PC is not bad at all, and it is much easier to acquire an all-in-one as a DIY 3D turn-alone monitor set up.
We will have our opinion on editing 3D TouchSmart 620 by the end of the week. The system goes on sale November 15
HP TouchSmart 610 and 9300 All-in-one PCs
HP will return on the market PC All-in-one by releasing the TouchSmart PC 610 and 9300 Corporate Elite. Both computers come with a 23 inch (1920 x 1080) display that can tilt to 60 degrees. The TouchSmart 610 is its latest TouchSmart software layer that provides finger-friendly applications Hulu, Netflix and Twitter. Other features include a choice of Intel or AMD processor, up to 16 GB of RAM, a 1TB of storage space, a Blu-ray, a camera of 1.3 megapixels and Beats Audio speakers.
The TouchSmart 9300 is powered by the latest Intel Sandy Bridge, 160 GB SSD option, a 2 megapixel camera and facial recognition software. The HP TouchSmart 610 will be released February 9, 2011 for $ 900, while the TouchSmart 9300 is expected to arrive in May 2011.
He had previously said that Apple does not want to include the touch-screen iMac, because it is not ergonomic. Now, HP has developed a solution that allowed the TouchSmart 610 and 9300 Elite Business PC feature displays that can slide up to 60 degrees, the surface is much easier to prod. 23-inch has a resolution of 1920 x 1080, and the latest features 610 TouchSmart TouchSmart software layer that provides a finger-friendly Hulu, Netflix and Twitter applications.
The 610 offers a choice of Intel and AMD desktop processor, up to 16 GB of RAM, 1 TB of storage, Blu-ray, 1.3 megapixel camera and Beats Audio speakers. The 9300 offers the latest Intel Sandy Bridge, a 160 GB SSD option, 2 megapixel camera with facial recognition software. The 610 will cost between $ 900 and will be available on February 9, while the 9300 is expected to arrive in May, if the price was not mentioned.