HP announced today that its newly redesigned TouchSmart 610 Quad series all in one desktops will be available on HP’s online shopping site on Sunday, February 27. According to the company the latest HP TouchSmart, which features a quad-core, will become a part of the quad-core series of the company. The latest HP TouchSmart will also feature a similar reclining design as other models of the quad-core devices of HP.
To refresh your memory, the new TouchSmart 610 design lets the user tilt the display from a five degrees forwards (for ergonomic seating positions where you lean back), all the way back to 60 degrees (so you can use the system from a standing position or like a large tablet). The screen also easily rotates for optimal positioning. The reclined position addresses the largest ergonomic concern with touch computing: comfort.
The latest HP TouchSmart allows the user to recline the display screen from the five degree forward angle, to facilitate ergonomic use of the device while seated that allows the user to lean back, up to a sixty degree angle which allows the latest HP TouchSmart to be utilized even while standing.
The HP TouchSmart is an all-in-one computer that features a touchscreen for added functionality for those times when you’re too lazy to move a mouse to click something or when you want to operate the computer without a keyboard or mouse. The TouchSmart 610 Quad series will pack quad-core processors from Intel (the most powerful being the Core i7-870 (2.93GHz) and Core i7-880 (3.06GHz). The TouchSmart 610 will also include a: TV Tuner, HDMI-In, up to 16GB of RAM, 1 GB of discrete graphics, 15 months of Norton Internet Security, and a standard 2 year warranty. Prices start from $1,599.99 and can be purchased from HP’s online store.