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Asus’ eye-catcher at Computex is no doubt the Taichi, but it’s far from the only new product Asus is showing off, from touchscreen ultrabooks to a truly massive hybrid tablet/aio transformer.
With tablets, smartphones and touch-capable operating systems, you could be forgiven for thinking that touch-based computing is only a new phenomenon. In product terms, though, it’s been around for quite some time, as this 1983 touchscreen all-in-one demonstrates.
It’s destined to become Fujitsu’s flagship PC this year (at least in Japan), and while full specs weren’t available what we do know about this all-in-one is that it requires passive glasses and has dual cameras for capturing 3D video.
You think you’re better than me, TouschSmart 600? You think because you’re now configurable with Core i7 720QM (1.6GHz) or i7 820QM (1.73GHz) processors – starting at $US1700 – that you’ve defeated the long-standing caste system separating man and machine?