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This morning, HP unveiled the all-new TouchSmart 620 all-in-one computer.
When it comes to outfitting your business with the proper equipment, a good desktop can be the foundation of the rest of your office.
Although the desktop market isn't shrinking too fast these days, the desktops themselves are.
While Lenovo's attractive ThinkCentre Edge M91z may have stolen the limelight this week with its attractive edge-to-edge glass, it's definitely not the only game in town.
HP has been working on the TouchSmart line of products for some time now, and the refinement shown in the new TouchSmart 610 tells that story better than any commercial.
As part of their continuing attempt to bring a multitouch experience to computers, HP recently brought out the newest iteration of their all-in-one lineup, the HP TouchSmart 310.
HP this week unveiled the newest iteration of their touch-enabled all-in-one desktop line, the HP TouchSmart 310.
HP's Pavilion Elite HPE-235f marks the introduction of AMD's affordable six-core processor into their premium Elite lineup.
HP's newest addition to their performance desktop lineup is the Pavilion Elite HPE-190t.
Most workstations are large boxes filled with powerful components.
Intel released their latest microarchitecture, the Nehalem-based Core i7 platform, in November of last year.
While most people look at HP and think of their consumer Pavilion (and now Compaq) lines, this area only constitutes one part of their overall business strategy.
The HP TouchSmart IQ506 is HP's new top of the line, all-in-one computer.
HPs new Pavilion Slimline s3500f is a compact machine aimed at consumers who want a capable computer that isn't going to cost an arm and a leg.
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