Lenovo has been making a push in touch-enabled products as of late. A few months back, we tested one of the company's first touchscreen-enabled ThinkPad notebooks (and an IdeaPad, for that matter). Regardless, the company isn't exactly a household name when it comes to touch-enabled products, but with Windows 7's built in touch capabilities, the cost of entry is now lower perhaps, save for the cost of a touch-capable panel.
The ThinkCentre M90z is Lenovo's newest 23" touch-enabled all-in-one PC, and it's going up against some stiff competition. HP's TouchSmart, Apple's iMac line, as well as a number of MSI units offer similar features at a similar price, and some might say with more modern looking, stylish enclosures. So, what does the M90z have to set it apart? That's exactly what we aim to find out in our analysis...
Lenovo ThinkCenter M90z All-In-One Review
I'll be glad when it's 2012 and everyone realizes just how stupid the idea of the touchscreen enabled desktop was.
>> It's simply too time
consuming to manage an entire 23" display with your finger when your
mouse and keyboard are anchored down in front.
Thank god: another sane voice in a cacophony of hype.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
OK, I'll be the one to say it!.......Man, they REALLY missed the mark on this one!
Good to know about this new technology update. I would like to read article about it.
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