19 July, 2014: The HP TouchSmart 600 shows how getting an early jump on unproven technology can pay off. HP was first to market with a touch-based all-in-one PC more than two years ago . Now that Windows 7 has spurred almost every major desktop vendor toward multitouch, HP has the advantage of years of real market feedback to help refine the TouchSmart 600. While HP has clearly borrowed from Sony in its wall-mounting and video input capabilities, the software designed for its touch interface is unique and just as compelling. We won’t go over every feature in HP’s custom-made application carousel, but you’ll find the usual collection of painting, note taking, and other apps. But four new additions to HP’s touch-screen arsenal set it apart, three from choosing partners wisely, and the fourth the product of its own development. HP has also borrowed from Sony’s shrewd connectivity features, and taken them one step further. HP has added not only an HDMI input with a dedicated button for switching input signals, but also a set of composite video and audio ports as well. That means you can connect multiple external video sources to the TouchSmart, such as game consoles, a cable box, or HD cameras, and switch between them and your Windows desktop seamlessly. Sadly, but not surprisingly given the regulatory implications, you can’t get Windows to talk to those devices, which means your DVR options are restricted to the built-in hybrid TV tuner. Sony’s all-in-one has the same limitation.

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