You know that awesome touch-enabled TouchSmart PC that Sierra brought us news and video on from Berlin? Well, HP today announced you can now go “touch” it at traditional consumer electronic stores. Pricing starts at $1299.
HP today announced that the latest HP TouchSmart PCs Ã¢â‚¬” the only touch-enabled, all-in-one PCs in the marketplace Ã¢â‚¬” are now available through consumer electronics retailers nationwide.
Debuted at last month’s HP Connecting Your World event in Berlin, the new TouchSmart family of PCs has earned accolades for its transformative effect on the way people engage with computers and their photos, music, movies and other digital content.
Consumers simply touch, tap or sweep a finger across the screen of the TouchSmart PC to access information, entertainment and social networks in a natural, intuitive way. Without using a keyboard or mouse, consumers can play music and create playlists; crop, edit and share photos; and easily check the weather or watch TV.
Reviewers have praised the new HP TouchSmart PC for its breakthrough touch-enabled software and the all-in-one design that allows the PC to fit wherever life happens. The PC’s piano-black finish and sleek design makes it an elegant addition to any room.
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