HP TouchSmart 600 Multi-Touch Desktop Tablet PC - gHacks Tech News

HP TouchSmart 600 Multi-Touch Desktop Tablet PC

Ghacks has been selected by HP to be part of the promotional campaign for the HP TouchSmart 600 multi-touch tablet PC. The campaign includes banner advertisements targeting UK consumers and a one-week site re-skin visible to users from all countries.

This article is written to inform you about the site re-skin and the promotional campaign.

The third generation TouchSmart PC comes with a touch-enabled full HD 23 inch widescreen display and Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit to take full advantage of the multi-touch capabilities of the screen.

hp touchsmart 600
hp touchsmart 600

The Touchsmart 600 models are equipped with an Intel Core 2 Duo or Intel Core i3/i5 processor, slot loading DVD drive or Blu-Ray player, 4 Gigabyte of computer memory and 1 TB SATA 3G hard drive. Specs depend on the Touchsmart 600 model.

Take a look at the videos below that showcase the capabilities of the tablet PC.

The tablet PCs come with several custom software programs like HP Touchsmart music to manage a music collection or HP Touchsmart Photos to view and edit photos directly on the touchscreen.

Additional information about the HP Touchsmart 600 desktop tablet PC is listed on the HP website. The HP TouchSmart 600 PC is available starting at £1000 inc VAT.

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    1. Paul(us) said on June 22, 2010 at 8:50 pm

      It ferry good to see that HP is picking up there 1981 touch screen technic with the used on the HP 150/HP 110/ Unix machines and other models. I always asked myself/ wonder why there stopped with that excellent feature on their computers.

    2. David said on June 29, 2010 at 1:47 pm

      Next pay day can’t come soon enough…..

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