Archive | October, 2011


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HP TouchSmart 610-1150f Intel Core i5 2300 Desktop PC

Posted on 23 October 2011 by Michael

HP TouchSmart 610-1150f

The HP TouchSmart is a simple  yet elegant all in one system that provides a less expensive alternative to the pricier touch screen computer systems from Apple. The HP TouchSmart eliminates the clutter and mess of traditional desktop computers giving you back the desk space you’ve sorely missed.  It’s the convenience clutter free experience of a latop with the processing power of a desktop.

This system comes preloaded with Windows 7 and Office 2010 with product registration codes. You can record live TV  with it’s built in TV tuner and TouchSmart remote control.

A Slot Load SuperMulti Blu-Ray Burner comes included as does a wireless keyboard and mouse. Not bad for the price. Now you can watch and record in Blu-Ray format all your favorite TV shows.

An adjustable tilt webcam and microphone lets you video chat with all your friends and family.

With this system you can create music playlists with the simple touch of the screen, watch HD movies, surf the web wirelessly and watch TV.



  • Intel Quad Core i5 Processor
  • 6GB DD3 RAM
  • 1TB Hard Drive
  • Windows 7
  • Blu-Ray Burner
  • Built in TV Tuner
  • Adjustable Tilt web cam with microphone

HP TouchSmart 610-1150f


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The Apple iMac MC814LL/A 27-Inch Desktop

Posted on 20 October 2011 by Michael

The all new iMac

Looks like Apple is trying to do for it’s new iMacs what it did for phones and tablets. That is turn it into a stylish all in one computer system that fits in the palm of your hand, or in this case on your desktop.

These new iMacs have one thing in mind. Reduce the clutter of the now soon to be obsolete desktop systems that take up almost 30% of our desk spaces as is it. I say obsolete because if Apples recent history with electronics is any indication, these new iMacs are almost sure to bring about a new wave of consumers clamoring for these new devices.

HP is already an unlucky casualty in the tablet department. Could Gateway and Dell be next?

The new iMacs come with all the goodies of past PC systems all wrapped up in one monitor. No more towers to hide. It’s compact wide screen let’s you see everything on the monitor and on your desk. While the price is higher then traditional PC’s that’s to be expected from the company that single handedly popularized MP3 players like they had never been popularized before. Can they do the same with these new iMacs? Only time will tell.

Apple iMac MC814LL/A 27-Inch Desktop

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