The Best and Latest Touch-Enabled PCs of 2012

The Best and Latest Touch-Enabled PCs of 2012

If you are looking for the latest PCs to hit the market this year, testing them out is a must before you decide to buy them. If you are yet to choose between the latest offerings from leading PC brands like Samsung, Dell and Lenovo, opting for a computer rental is a good place to start. After the touch-enabled PC with bold colors and live tiles was first introduced by Windows 8 several PC makers stepped into the arena to create these hybrids between tablets and laptop models. Here are the best:

Lenovo Ideapad Yoga

The Lenovo Ideapad Yoga perfectly suits its name as it contorts itself to become a laptop and a tablet. This 11" laptop PC can pivot a complete circle and can be propped up in three different positions. The keyboard is designed for toughness with a rubberized surface when being placed upside-down.

Samsung All-In-One PC Series 7

Sleek, stylish and airy, the Samsung All-In-One has a strikingly large screen with a ten-finger touch capability to allow easy flipping, shifting, sliding and gripping. This amazing PC is equipped with gesture controls and can recognize your hand movement from a meter away. Packed with an impressive Intel i7 processor with 8 GB RAM, the laptop is priced at $1,799 and upwards.

HP ENVY TouchSmart

HP's latest offering is an ingenious new setup that promises great savings on space. The PC can be used as a regular laptop and can also be wall-mounted to get rid of table clutter. The 10-finger touch screen and the HD display prevent the need for a mouse. What's more, the impressive Beats Audio system and subwoofer create a veritable entertainment unit.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013