More and more OEMs are jumping on board the Windows 8 and touchscreen boat. CyberPowerPC is the latest to join in the crowd with its new Zeus Touch all-in-one desktop. Drawing from the iMac, and other simplistic designs, it features Windows 8 and supports up to 10 simultaneous finger inputs.
The new desktop challenges the offerings by the likes of MSI, HP, and others, who are much bigger companies. The system is powered by the latest Intel processors and features a 1080p touchscreen. It also features the other accouterments that one would expect from a desktop all-in-one, including a built-in 1MP webcam.
USB 3.0, 802.11n and Bluetooth, card reader, DVD drive, and the other standard PC features come on the Zeus. Upgrades to the machine include larger hard drives, an mSATA SSD, and more powerful processors. A wireless keyboard is also included for those who aren't ready to ditch it quite yet.
The base configuration is available for $899.
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