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Thursday June 19, 2008 8:44 pm

Bleeding Edge TV 271: Hands-on with the new HP TouchSmart PC


At ‘s Connecting Your World event in Berlin, Germany, we talked with John Cook, VP of marketing for HP’s Consumer PC group. He gave us a hands-on first look at the beautiful new HP PC.

One thing we really liked about the new TouchSmart is its completely redone interface.  The software looks clean, polished, useful, and eminently easy to use.  It would be great, however, if the TouchSmart made more use of multi-touch.  Cook demonstrates a pinch gesture in the software but that’s pretty much it.  We’re keeping our eyes peeled for more functionality in upcoming software updates and releases.

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Is that a Dock I see, Hmmm Don’t Mac OS10 has that already or the cover flow MacOS 10 had that to, everybody is copying Apple.

Gotta use what works.  Apple definitely doesn’t have a touch PC though.  The credit for the big stuff on the TouchSmart goes to HP.


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