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Computex 2012: Acer Aspire 7600U all-in-one PC
Photo: Company [Jun 5, 2012]

Acer has announced two new Windows 8-supported all-in-one PCs at Computex Taipei 2012 - the Aspire 7600U (27-inch) and the Aspire 5600U (23-inch).

The Aspire 7600U supports up to 64-point simultaneous touch from all angles, enabling use by multiple users at once. It features 0- to 90-degree viewing and swivels at four sides when laid flat for enjoyment by more than one user. At 35mm thin, the 7600U is designed with ultra-slim body. It delivers full HD visuals and Dolby Home Theater surround sound.

The elegant Aspire 5600U makes a stylish addition to any room in the house, whether on a desk or wall mounted. It can tilt from 30-85 degrees. It's designed for use as an everyday family-hub that presents full HD visuals and Dolby Home Theater Surround Sound.

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