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HP TouchSmart 610 updated to get 2011 Core processors

updated 07:15 pm EDT, Wed May 18, 2011

All-In-One PCs sport Sandy Bridge processors

HP has updated its 610 series of AIO (All-In-One) desktops. The latest 610-xt mid-tier and 6010 Quad premium-tier Intel versions of this PC now sport the second-generation i5 and i7 2000 series quad-core processors. The entry level 600t still uses the first-generation dual-core i3-540 Clarkdale CPU. Prices for the i5 610xt series start at $1,050. A basic i7 610 Quad PC starts at $1,500.

The 610t incorporates a 23-inch 1080p display, an integrated webcam, 6GB DDR3 memory, a 750GB hard drive, integrated Intel graphics and Beats audio. The dual-core CPU clocks at 3.06GHz. Prices start at $950.

The TouchSmart 610xt is upgraded with the 2.8GHz i5-2300 quad core processor, a 1TB hard drive, premium speakers and a 2-year warranty.

The 610 Quad is upgraded with an i7-2600 3.8GHz quad-core CPU with Turbo-Boost, a 1.5TB hard drive, 8GB DDR3 memory, a 1GB AMD Radeon HD video card, HDMI connectivity, and a TV tuner with an integrated PVR.








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  1. Arne_Saknussemm

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    Joined: Apr 2011

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    Next iMac?

    Will the next iMac be some hybrid touch/mouse thing like this - Albeit with the usual leading edge Industrial Design characteristic of Macs?

    The leaning back display looks interesting for finger use....

    Bet iOS on the desktop is the next BIG THING for Apple.

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