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.
At 18.5 inches deep, the Lenovo IdeaCentre A320 is the thinnest all-in-one PC in the world. Lenovo’s held that distinction three years running—but this year’s model packs in performance to match.
Today Lenovo unveiled their C315 touchscreen all-in-one desktop. It may not be the peppiest system on the market, but $US650 for a 20-inch touchscreen AIO PC sounds pretty good to me.