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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  • 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. 

     

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    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.
  • Sony L Series

    The all-in-one touchscreen desktop options from Sony are priced starting at $899.99. The line features a 24-inch 2D or 3D touchscreen LCD, with an interface that extends all the way out to the outer bezel of the display. The units can be configured with an Intel Core i7 and up to 3 TBs of hard-disk drive capacity. Like several of the options featured in this gallery, it is wall-mountable, which allows it to be used outside traditional office environments.
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Topics: Software, Hardware, Microsoft, Networking, Operating Systems, Windows

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