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HP’s New TouchSmart 300 And 600

There is many touch featured desktop pc take advantage of the new and improved touch features built with Windows 7. But now HP’s new TouchSmart PCs also come with custom touch-enabled apps as well. This are the HP TouchSmart 600, HP TouchSmart 300 and HP TouchSmart 9100.
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HP TouchSmart 300 is featured with a 20-inch display, whereas the TouchSmart 600, the second in the lineup, is built-in with a 23-inch screen. The two displays, 20-inch display and a 23-inch screen, can make out multiple gestures, such as; rotate, pinch, arc, flip, drag and press.The TouchSmart 600-1050 is powered by a 2.13GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile P7450 processor, 4GB PC3-10600 DDR3 SDRAM, Nvidia nForce 730i chipset (1,066MHz Front-side bus), Nvidia GeForce GT230M GPU (1GB), 750GB 7,200RPM SATA hard drive, slot-loading BD drive, and running Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit). The system also includes Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n wireless networking, and Bluetooth. Rounding out the system’s feature set are integrated stereo speakers and a built-in TV tuner.
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Pricing for the 20-inch TouchSmart 300 series starts at 799.99, and the 23-inch 600 series starts at $999.99. We were sent the TouchSmart 600-1055, which sells for $1,499.99 (at the time of this review). All of these are the prices you would pay if you were to purchase the systems direct from HP. We were hard-pressed to find other vendors selling the system for much less–about $50 lower is the best we could find. The TouchSmart 600-1055 is a specific, non-configurable configuration–HP refers to it as a “quick-ship model;” but HP also sells versions of the 300 and 600 series that can be configured to order on HP’s site–these are the TouchSmart 300z, TouchSmart 600t, and the TouchSmart 600xt.
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Source:hothardware.com, technotalks.com,

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