With Windows 7, Microsoft built multitouch gestures directly into the operating system. And though touchscreens won't replace the humble mouse and keyboard anytime soon, they do let you use iPhone-like gestures to pinch, push, rotate, and scroll items on screen.
Many high-end all-in-one PCs (with screens typically around 23 inches or larger) include Blu-ray drives and double as Media Center HDTVs, while cheaper models cut costs by offering slower performance and smaller displays. Budget models also scale back to single-touch input (unable to take advantage of multifinger gestures) or forgo touch entirely to keep costs low and screen sizes reasonable (around 20 inches).
In this slideshow, we look at the latest all-in-one PCs. Click the arrow to begin.
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