Samsung has revealed the pricing for its previously announced Windows 8-based Series 5 and Series 7 all-in-one PCs, some of which will have touch screens and will start at $749.
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Samsung displayed an upcoming Series 7 all-in-one PC design at Computex this week which allows for both voice and touch screen controls with 10 finger touch support.
If you have been wanting an all-in-one PC that looks just like one of the true classic PC designs, you will soon get your wish. The current owners of the Commodore PC brand have announced...