Samsung today announced at IFA 2012 its new Series 7 and
Series 5 All-In-One (AIO) PCs, running Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system.
Engineered to provide high-performance computing power in a
sleek form factor, the new AIO PCs feature a
high-resolution, ten-point touch, slim bezel display on an
elegant metal base, as well as a third generation Intel
Core processors. The products are designed to run Windows
The new Samsung Series 7 and Series 5 AIOs offer sense
recognition features such as 10-finger multi-touch control
and hand gesture commands. Users can pinch to zoom on
content or rotate images, and scroll through pages with
complete ease using 10 multi-touch functions.
To further expand user benefits, the new AIO PCs have five
simple hand gesture recognition features that let users
stay in control with just a flick of the wrist from up to
three feet away. Users can swipe right or left to turn the
pages of an e-book, all without touching the screen. Users
can also rotate their palm clockwise or counter-clockwise
to change the volume while watching a movie, close their
hand to click on an option in a program, or simply wave
their hands to stop watching a movie.
Powered by a third generation Intel Core processor, up to
8GB RAM, dedicated HD graphics and a 1920 x 1080 display
resolution, the new Samsung AIOs provide users with all the
computing power they need to multitask. Up to 1TB HDD and
64GB SSD ensure content in a wide array of formats is
readily available in no time and enables users to playback,
edit, create or save content. The new AIO PCs also have a
viewing angle of 178 degrees vertically and horizontally.
The Samsung Series 7 and Series 7 All-In-One PCs will be
available beginning October 26, 2012. The MSRP for the
Series 7 is $1,099 ? $1,699; the MSRP for the Series 5 is
Samsung is also expected to introduce its Windows 8 line of
laptop computers later this week.