9 small-biz-appropriate touchscreen all-in-ones

9 small-biz-appropriate touchscreen all-in-ones

Summary: This gallery pays homage to several sub-$1,000 options worth the SMB manager’s notice. All of these desktops come with Windows 7 Home and boast various wireless and wired networking connectivity options.


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  • HP TouchSmart Elite 7320

    Shipped in late September for a price starting at $850, this series uses a 21.5-inch diagonal HD widescreen touchscreen display. Did I mention that this is an anti-glare LED? There are two side SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, and a standard 6-in-1 media card reader. The desktop uses second-generation Intel core processors, starting with the Intel Core i3. It starts with a 250-GB hard drive, which can be expanded up to 1 TB. It starts with 4 GBs of DDR3 RAM. 
  • Lenovo B520 All-in-One
    Technically, the price tag for this system is more than $1,000, although current promotions bring it down to $899. The unit runs off a 3.3Ghz Intel Core 13-2120 processor and includes 6GB of DDR3 RAM. The multi-touch display includes a 0.3 megapixel integrated camera. The Lenovo unit comes with a 5-in-1 card reader, both HDMI In and Out, 6 USB 2.0 connectors, 2 optional USB 3.0 ports, and it a DVD recordable drive. The 500-GB hard drive runs at 7200 rpm. 



    Samsung Series 7 All-in-One PC
    This is the smartphone leader’s first desktop for the North American market. The $999 DP700A3B-A01US is configured with the Intel Core i3-2120T processor (2.6GHz), 6 GBs of RAM, a 1-TB hard drive, a DVD burner (not a real common option) and integrated graphics. The 23-inch touchscreen is 16 millimeters thick.

Topics: Software, Hardware, Microsoft, Networking, Operating Systems, Windows

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