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Energy Efficient Touch Enabled Computer Hits US Market
A stylish, newly designed touchscreen computer hits the market this November.
The new Acropio TE (touch enabled) computer is the only silent touchscreen all-in-one computer to be sold in the market; there are no fans or moving parts, which enable the unit’s silent operation. It is considered a “green PC,” featuring a carbon-free processor and low energy consumption, using only 24 Watts of electricity compared to the average PC, which uses upwards of 150 Watts.
The whole computer is integrated in the same case as the monitor, giving it a sleek, space saving all-in-one design. It has a 17-inch touchscreen display, which allows you to control the PC with a fingertip. The German manufactured compact keyboard also has a built-in pointing device, further saving space and making it easier to use than PCs that use a separate keyboard and mouse.
Acropio TE is powered by an open source Linux-based operating system and it has accelerated multimedia capabilities for listening to mp3s or watching videos without slowing down the processor.
Acropio computers are specifically designed for low power, high performance environments and are supported by numerous operating systems. Acropio products are designed in the United States and are assembled locally with foreign parts. The company’s objective is to provide innovative alternatives to consumers who find it difficult to get what they need within the cookie-cutter realm of industry standard PC manufacturers. Acropio products meet all environmental standards, are lead-free and RoHS compliant.
For more information you can contact Acropio Systems (http://www.acropio.com) at 646-222-6105 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.