Ahead of next month's 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, we explore tech innovations--from the telephone to touchscreens--that premiered during the Fair's sprawling 159-year history.
Dell, HP, and Lenovo are rushing to compete against the Apple iPad in the tablet PC market, which could reach 50 million units by 2015.
The iPad has captured many hearts and minds, but a fleet of rival tablets led by a separatist Android army is about to attack, armed with HD Flash video, multitouch screens, front-facing cameras, multitasking...even Windows 7. Let's take a look.
Speedy all-in-one PC runs Windows 7 and OS X, but lacks extras like multitouch, Blu-ray, and a TV tuner. Performance gain over previous 20-inch iMac is marginal, but the new screen is much improved.
Many of these stylish big-screen all-in-one PCs have built-in Blu-ray drives and double as Media Center HDTVs. Some also provide multitouch displays, which let you use two fingers to pinch, push, rotate, and scroll items on screen.
Only slightly slower than the blazing Core i7 iMac, this Core i5-based 27-incher runs Windows and OS X, but you don't get extras like multitouch, Blu-ray, or a TV tuner.
Fastest all-in-one PC we've seen runs Windows and OS X, and has a huge screen--but lacks extras like multitouch, Blu-ray, and a TV tuner.
Power, good looks, cool touch interfaces: All-in-one PCs have come of age. Our exclusive lab testing picks the best of breed.
Terrific general performance, but basic graphics. iMac diehards might consider paying $300 extra for an entry-level 24-inch iMac.
Our top-performing all-in-one runs Windows and OS X, but lacks built-in extras such as a touchscreen, a Blu-ray drive, a media card reader, and a TV tuner.
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