The business model is the TouchSmart 9100. Aimed largely at self-service and self-assistance scenarios, the 9100 includes DVI and FireWire interfaces. Among the options are Windows 7, a wall-mount adaptor, GeForce GT230 graphics, and a Blu-ray combo drive.
Prices start at $US1299.
Want a multitouch notebook? The HP TouchSmart tx2 features a 12.1in widescreen touch-screen and an AMD Turion dual-core processor. The convertible design means it can be used in PC, display or tablet mode.
Most of the applications from the desktop TouchSmarts are supplied with the tx2, which starts at $US799.
What about the touch-capable digital signage? See page 4.