Hewlett-Packard has redesigned its TouchSmart consumer and a business PCs, adding a 60-degree reclining display to make the all-in-one computer more comfortable to use. The 23-inch display that can tilt back 60 degrees or forward 5 degrees, as well as swivel from side to side. The systems include a wide-angle LED-backlit LCD screen. Previous TouchSmart models required users to extend their hands straight out, which can get tiring over long periods of using the PC's touch screen. The new systems let users vary the angle and make it possible to work with the screen much closer to a prone position.
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