There's all sorts of tech on show at this year's COMPUTEX, but two items are clearly prevalent - Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system and touchscreen all-in-one PCs. Take for example Shuttle's X50 all-in-one that makes Windows 7 feel as smooth as silk. Shuttle has a display wall of X50 systems - each equipped with a dual-core Intel Atom 330 processor and 1GB of RAM - allowing users to get a feel for Windows 7's touch interaction. Shuttle's system is, sadly, only capable of single touch input but it's surprisingly adept when used with Microsoft's upcoming OS. Using only Intel's GMA 950 IGP, the touch animations are smooth and the entire system felt very responsive.
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