In the relatively brief history of computing, only a few machines have become iconic. Not necessarily because they were a commercial success, mind you, but because they introduced technologies or concepts that went on to become influential.
Three laptops and four AIO PCs released this Spring by Vizio will sport touch screens and Windows 8.
It's an AIO Windows 8 PC with a detachable 18.4-ich screen that works as a standalone Tegra 3-powered Android tablet.
Following the Commodore 64, this company is releasing a PC-in-a-keyboard device sporting a modified Android OS.
Here's a good way to connect multiple devices to a hotel's Internet connection without having to shell out insanely hefty per-device-per-24-hour fees.