HP has officially announced their TouchSmart PC redesign for 2011 today and offered up no official pics to go with the new machines. The new line of AIOcomputers includes the TouchSmart 610 and the TouchSmart 9300 Elite Business PCs. The big new feature of the rigs is a 60-degree reclining display for a more comfortable experience.
The 610 and 9300 both use 23-icnh displays that are LED backlit. The screens can recline up to 6-degrees and can tilt forward up to five degrees. The machines are very slim and are designed to take up as little space as possible.
The 610 has Beats Audio and comes with touch-optimized apps for Hulu, Netflix, Rhapsody, and Twitter as well as recipe box and webcam apps. The 610 can also be had with the R.U.S.E. included on select models. The 9300 has an Intel Core processors inside and up to 16GB of RAM and an option for a 160GB SSD. The TouchSmart 610 will be available February 9 for $899.99 and the TouchSmart 9300 will land in May at an undisclosed price.
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