Microsoft's Concept All-in-One PC for Windows 8

Aside from peripherals and game consoles, Microsoft doesn't design hardware – at least not complete PCs. But found in the leaks of Windows 8 is a concept design of an all-in-one PC that Microsoft figures would take advantage of the new OS features.

Notably is the multi-touch screen that's able to resolve at least five different points and the mandatory DirectX GPU for HD video. The all-in-one would also pack things that machines don't have these days, like proximity sensors (for automatic sleep and wake), light sensors (for automatic brightening and dimming).

Check out the full slide below:

(source: MSFTKitchen)

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  • Anonymous
    For the last time, I DONT WANT BLOODY FINGERPRINTS ON MY SCREEN !!!!!
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  • matchboxmatt
    Touch obviously isn't meant for the hardcore enthusiasts on this site who would never buy an all-in-one PC to begin with. It's meant for the average consumer who loves Apple touch products.
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  • PreciousL
    OH PUKE! That is hideous!!
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  • Anonymous
    For the last time, I DONT WANT BLOODY FINGERPRINTS ON MY SCREEN !!!!!
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  • Jerky_san
    I truthfully don't understand the point of touch stuff? I mean it might be neat to move your pictures and such like they did in the minority report. Does it justify the prices these companies are fetching though for it?
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  • drwho1
    that looks strangely like a Mac
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