Best touchscreen PCs

These desktop computers from HP, Dell, Lenovo, MSI and ASUS have touchscreen interfaces to let you control Windows with your fingertips

Are you looking for an all-in-one desktop PC that doesn't have messy cables running between monitor and tower? Are you bored of tapping away at a keyboard and mouse? Let your fingers do the working with these all-in-one touchscreen desktop computers from HP, Dell, Lenovo, MSI and ASUS.

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Lenovo ThinkCentre M90z

Lenovo's ThinkCentre M90z all-in-one touchscreen PC is designed primarily for business users. The multitouch touchscreen uses optical technology and it had excellent accuracy during our tests -- you can even use it while wearing gloves. However, the overall configuration of the PC is a bit of a letdown considering its price.

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  • 10th Aug., 2010
  • Elias Plastiras
  • Lenovo
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  • Pros:
  • Excellent touchscreen responsiveness, tool-less case, DisplayPort, good CPU speed
  • Cons:
  • Multi-touch gestures were a little too sensitive, only 2GB RAM, no option for fast 3D graphics, relatively small capacity hard drive, DVD burner and SD card slot can be inconvenient to access

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