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HP Touchsmart All-In-One 300-1040A

Price: $1548

We've reviewed several models in HP's Touchsmart range of all-in-one PCs with touch screens, and we have largely been impressed. The Touchsmart All-In-One 300-1040A is HP's cheapest model yet, offering a 2.7GHz processor, 4GB of RAM and access to Windows 7's multitouch capabilities. With kids becoming more and more accustomed to touch interfaces on smartphones and MP3 players, it only makes sense to bring them into the living room too. You can pick up this desktop PC from Officeworks for $1548.

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