HP shows off IQ770 "Crossfire" media PC

By on December 1, 2006, 12:30 AM
HP is preparing to launch a very attractive media PC for the home user in January, just in time for a launch alongside Windows Vista. The IQ770 boasts of a 19” touchscreen, and stylish look that really makes it stand out.

The IQ770 “features a massive load of options including: 19-inch touchscreen, AMD Turion 64 X2 dual core TL-52 processor, 2GB SDRAM, 320GB drive, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600, WiFi, Bluetooth, integrated 1.3 megapixel camera, integrated FM and ATSC HDTV tuners, a DVD±RW / DVD-RAM burner with LightScribe, Pocket Media Drive bay, wireless keyboard, mouse, stylus, front media reader, and lots of ports (Ethernet, two FireWire, six USB 2.0, one with HP printer power Y-cable connector, 5.1 + digital audio out, IR out, mini-VGA, and inputs: FM coax, TV coax, ATSC, and two S-Video).”

This is quite an impressive setup and according to Engadget, Bill Gates wants to personally launch this PC that will take advantage of Vista's Tablet capabilities. Depending on the configuration it is expected this system's price will range between the $1799 and $1899 mark. There is also a nice set of pictures over at Engadget.




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