Desktops and Notebooks: HP's PC Lineup for CES Boasts Touch Screens, HD Displays
As hundreds of thousands of people head toward windy and chilly Las Vegas to attend this week's Consumer Electronics Show 2011, vendors such as Hewlett-Packard and hundreds of others are busy setting up their displays for Jan. 6 start of the four-day event. When the exhibit hall doors open, several new desktop, notebook personal and business computers from HP, the world's largest maker of PCs, will be on display for demonstration purposes at the AMD/Wired Magazine Booth, the Intel Booth, and the Pepcom and Showstoppers media events. The biggest advancements in the new HP computers involve touch screens (with??íthe new MultiTouch feature) and more powerful processors. The new touch screens will be made available in larger 22- and 23-inch monitor sizes. HP also will be showing a new HP 100B All-in-One personal computer for small businesses with prices starting at a mere $499. Some new thin clients are also on the docket. Finally, HP will be showing off some new Pavilion business and entertainment-oriented laptops and Envy personal notebooks.