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#1 Silencer

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Posted 19 June 2012 - 15:04

The Samsung Series 7 AIO will feature a ten point multi touch display. Moreover, it will recognize voice and hand gestures with its built in front facing camera similar to their current Samsung Smart TVs and. Minority Report, anyone?



Furthermore, the Samsung Series 7 AIO will likely be running on the 3rd generation Intel Core Processors (Ivy Bridge). You can enjoy flicking around the metro user interface with its humongous 27 inch screen. Ciao iMac fanboys.

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Do you think AIO computers will become the norm when Windows 8 gets released?


#2 Ci7

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Posted 19 June 2012 - 22:14

Do you think AIO computers will become the norm when Windows 8 gets released?


they would be more common but not the norm just yet
i would garner it would take at least 3 more years for that

but i gotta admit that smay AIO look neat

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impressive panel response indeed :o

#3 OP Silencer

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 01:22

they would be more common but not the norm just yet
i would garner it would take at least 3 more years for that

but i gotta admit that smay AIO look neat

edit:

impressive panel response indeed :o


I bet Apple are developing something similar. I expect to see the new iMacs with touch interface pretty soon.

#4 Elliott

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 02:58

I bet Apple are developing something similar. I expect to see the new iMacs with touch interface pretty soon.


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Sure, it's cool, but it's just not practical to have a vertical touchscreen for prolonged use.

#5 Open Minded

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 03:04

Touchscreens are cool n' all, but I don't want to be staring at fingerprint smudges when I'm gaming or watching a movie on my desktop.