Touch computing is blowing up in a bit way. With Windows 7 out and optimized for touch input, not to mention the huge tablet PC revolution
going on right now, it's no surprise to see more and more PC makers jumping on the touch bandwagon. MSI has had quite a few touch-panel all-in-one PCs out, and now it looks like Samsung is going to follow a similar path.
U250 and U200 AIO PCs are both multi-touch enabled, meaning that you can use multiple hands or fingers in order to initiate inputs. The U250 is a 23" machine with a full 1080p display, while the U200 has a 20" panel with a 1600x900 resolution screen. Further specs include a 2.2GHz Pentium T440 CPU, up to 2GB of RAM and a GeForce GT 310M (512MB) GPU on the U200, with the U250 having 3GB of RAM, up to 500GB of storage space and the same GPU.
There's no news yet on pricing and availability, but we would be surprised if these hung around on paper much longer without shipping.