Many of these stylish big-screen all-in-one PCs have built-in Blu-ray drives and double as Media Center HDTVs. Some also provide multitouch displays, which let you use two fingers to pinch, push, rotate, and scroll items on screen
Priced from $1,000 to $2,000, these big-screen PCs generally strive to be your movie and music center, as well as your productivity companion. A few have the processing horsepower and discrete graphics oomph to make respectable gaming systems, and you'll even find TV tuning and 3D viewing (with special glasses) among the extensive feature sets. Touch-screen capability is almost standard, though some pull this off better than others. What they all have in common is a form factor that takes a sliver of your desktop but otherwise stays out of your way.
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