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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Sony VAIO L Series (VPCL118FGB)

Full HD touch-screen PCs may not be everyone's cup of tea, but for those of you who want one, Sony's L Series is a good option. Its screen is excellent, it's easy to use and it ships with plenty of software so you can be up and running in no time. However, it could use more hard drive space and a few more expansion options.

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  • 10th Dec., 2009
  • Elias Plastiras
  • Sony
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  • Pros:
  • Accurate and responsive Full HD touch screen, ships with Adobe Elements software, ready to use as soon as you pull it out of the box
  • Cons:
  • Lacks eSATA, no expansion slot, needs a bigger hard drive, needs a dual digital TV tuner

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