Hewlett Packard has redesigned its Touch Smart PCs, which is seen as a move to challenge the growing dominance of iPad.
Hewlett Packard (HP), the world’s largest maker of personal computers, has introduced a touchscreen desktop Touch Smart 9300 Elite, which can tilt back. It is seen as a step to stop customers from moving to iPads. This desktop has 23 inch screen, which can be reclined to 60-degree angle.
The previous models of the Touch Smart PCs made users to extend hands straight out and these models were criticized for making users tired. These new systems allow users to vary angle and the users can recline it to their choice. This new desktop will be available for sale on May and it costs $900. Let us see whether it can pose any real challenge to iPads.