HP is showing its commitment to the PC market, and doing so in a bold way that manages to separate them from the pack. The HP TouchSmart line is a series of all-in-one desktop computers, meaning that the monitor and hard drive are all housed in the same place. The TouchSmart 620 3D Edition offers everything the previous TouchSmart model offers, but – you guessed it – now includes 3D capabilities, with the use of 3D glasses.
The TouchSmart 620 runs on Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, and is powered by Intel’s latest Core processors. The display is in 16:9, and is capable of 1080p HD video. So far, there is no word on whether or not the machine will convert 2D images to 3D – as of now, it appears that it does not.
The TouchSmart 620 3D Edition takes full advantage of being a touch-screen device, adding easy tilt-and-swivel adjustment of the screen, and an easy-to-use app-based interface, that handles everything from standard Windows 7 fare to Internet staples like Facebook and Twitter. The wireless keyboard, which is Bluetooth enabled, folds away for easy and quick storage. If you want, the TouchSmart 620 can even be wall-mounted.
The PC also comes with HP’s powerful Beats Audio, which offers solid performance for low, high, and midrange notes. With Blu-Ray playback and the ability to pause, rewind, and record live TV, the TouchSmart 620 3D Edition looks to be an accessible, fun to use entertainment powerhouse in the home.
As of now, pricing and availability for the HP TouchSmart 620 3D Edition are unknown.