InFocus Announces 70-inch Windows 8 BigTouch All-in-one PC

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InFocus Windows 8 All In One 70-inch

InFocus has announced a new 70-inch Windows 8 All-in-One PC which comes with a full HD (1920 x 1080) display to shows off your content with brightness, color and clarity. It is also a 5-point touch screen delivers exceptionally accurate touches, swipes and gestures of Windows 8. It runs on a moderate Ultrabook spec of 4GB RAM, Intel Core i5 processor, 128GB SSD. And it costs a whopping $8,999 ! !

Features:

  • 5-point touch display with Windows 8 gestures
  • Whiteboard and annotation capability with optional BigNote software
  • Personalize the Start screen with tiles that connect to a person, app, website, folder or whatever else is important to you
  • Familiar Windows desktop you’ve used before
  • Use your apps and arrange them the way you want
  • Multi-task by snapping two apps side-by-side
  • Enhanced features to easily connect to your networks, access files in the cloud, encrypt data, and more

Find more details about the device here.

via: Neowin

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  • Jhora Zakaryan

    1920×1080 on a 70inch display? Are you kidding? Each pixel will be a size of a nut! Who will need this, anyway?

    • harchestr

      I seen a few schools using something like this for presentation which I thought was kind of cool… it is not meant for the average consumer.

      • george

        Yes the company is SMART Technologies (SMT) and Microsoft Lync have teamed up to upgrade the Smart boards for the class rooms .. this fall..

  • kain0m

    I just imagine someone swiping from the top to the bottom to close an app. Gestures are nice and everything, but on a display thats almost 90cm high, that isn’t so wise….

  • Yuan Taizong

    This is bonkers, ¿who needs this rubbish? it’s a nice little innovation to show what you can accomplish, and it’s a great marketing scheme, but it’s abosolutely useless, but I would honestly want to own this as a prop if it would have Live T.V.

  • Kevin R

    What’s with those comments? This is obviously for a classroom/boardroom setting for presentations. It’s basically a smartboard, but with a full PC built in. It won’t be marketed to the average consumer.

  • NegLewis

    5 points at $8,999
    Impressive.