Popular Touch Articles for 2009
Not every business demands cutting-edge style when it comes to buying computers for their workforce. Instead, they prize efficiency, productivity and lower TCOs. This is where Lenovo steps[...]
HP has been pushing its TouchSmart series of multitouch-capable all-in-one PCs for at least three product generations, now, and with the second generation came a business-oriented model. A new revision[...]
Despite reactionary news about the desktop market shrinking in recent months, manufacturers are continuing to innovate in the space and Dell is certainly no exception. There has been an[...]
The HP TouchSmart 600 is the premium version of HP's third generation touch-enabled all-in-one computers. From a hardware standpoint, it refines and improves upon its forebears. A lot[...]
The most exciting attractions at HP's recent unveiling were easily the TouchSmart 300 and 600 all-in-ones, now the third generation of Touch-capable computers offered by the PC giant. In[...]
We knew this day would come. Ever since Steve Ballmer and Bill Gates showed off the first multitouch abilities of Windows 7 well over a year ago, companies have[...]
Dell released their newest all-in-one desktop today, the Studio One 19. The new desktops feature a solid glass 18.5" widescreen display, optional multitouch, five different colors and several different[...]
Apple didn't invent touch or multitouch functionality, but they certainly popularized it in the consumer space. Microsoft has acknowledged this by building multi-input capabilities into Windows 7 and even went[...]
HP's been working on touchscreen interfaces for years, now, and they show no sign of stopping. The TouchScreens have come a long way and now offer up 23 inches of[...]
Albatron has come out and said that they would be releasing their 22" multi-touch display in early March. The Taiwanese company first showed off a prototype version of the[...]
At a press conference at CES this morning, Dell announced a host of exciting new products, including new Touch-enabled all-in-ones -- direct competitors to the HP TouchSmart line of computers,[...]
Gearing up for the release of Windows 7, ASUS is prepping to release new all-in-one systems that take advantage of one of the most talked about features in the new[...]
Bringing multitouch capabilities to their desktop line, Apple has introduced a new multitouch-capable mouse.
HP's TouchSmart line of all-in-ones has pushed the boundaries as far as touch-capable software goes, but the company can only do so much on its own. It's a common[...]
It's been mentioned a couple of times, but it looks like MSI might be finally ready to fully introduce their newest all-in-one system to the world. With an 18.5"[...]
Dell isn't the only major manufacturer working on standalone multitouch display technology. HP has just announced their own Compaq-branded touchscreen.
Wacom, widely considered the gold standard in pen input computing technology, has officially announced the availability of their next-generation Bamboo tablet line, a consumer-oriented tablet capable of both pen and[...]
Acer has confirmed that their multitouch-capable all-in-one desktop, the Z5600, will be available with the Windows 7 operating system starting October 23rd.
Big savings on HP desktops 20% off the Dell XPS One! Save $150 on the HP TouchSmart Eco-friendly SFF Lenovo for less than $600! [...]
Here it comes - with the launch of Windows 7 and its native support of multitouch inputs, we're going to see a lot of manufacturers take advantage in the run-up[...]