Computex: Acer announces ultra-thin Aspire 7600U Windows 8 Touch Screen with 27 inch screen

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TAIPEI, TAIWAN (June 4, 2012) – Acer today announces two new Windows® 8 all-in-one (AIO) PCs at Computex Taipei: the Aspire 7600U (27-inch) and the Aspire 5600U (23-inch).

The striking Aspire 7600U supports up to 64-point simultaneous touch from all angles, enabling use by multiple users at once. It features 0 to 90 degree viewing and swivels at four sides when laid flat for enjoyment by more than one user. At just 35 mm thin, the 7600U is ultra-slim. It delivers Full HD visuals and Dolby® Home Theater® surround sound. This AIO is made for modern day explorers who want a cutting-edge multimedia experience.

The elegant Aspire 5600U is the thinnest AIO available and makes a stylish addition to any room in the house, whether on a desk or wall mounted. It features an ergonomic touch design and can tilt from 30 to 85 degrees for enhanced single-user comfort. It’s designed for use as an everyday family-hub that presents Full HD visuals and Dolby® Home Theater® Surround Sound along with powerful graphics and quick responsiveness.

Via Engadget.com

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  • Joseph Enebong

    Sexy…Windows 8.. 1st

  • Anonymous

    Now you need to buy a Win8 tablet to use as a remote once you hang your A-I-O on the wall!

    • KCMatt

      Or a Windows 8 Phone

  • http://www.facebook.com/youngmaester Joshua Young

    *drool*

  • Anonymous

    ..and so it begins, innovation and competition.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/HDO26P62R5LCMNQ2PMV72XGMZM Z

    Sexxxxxxy ! 8)

  • H Wuthrich

    OMG. I need to save everything I have to get this. I need to get their tablet, their ultrabook, their all in one, plus an xbox 360, plus whatever new WP8 model will come out, plus a 50″ TV. MUST AFFOORRRD….

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000678662470 Vincent Haakmat

    And thus, the sleeping Giant has awaken.. Thereby also awakened designers all over the world to remind us that the world is much bigger then Apple wants you to believe