HP has launched the dx9000 TouchSmart Business PC, which has touchscreen functionality and is designed for companies to better interact with one another.
The firm is currently working with DNA Digital Media Group, GuestMVP, Interactive Multimedia Artists and Uniguest to develop programs which will take advantage of the hardware, and is looking to strike deals with more.
MSI menawhile was showing off its experimental touchscreen netbook at CES.
“There is untapped potential for touch technology in the business marketplace to engage users in a way that has never been done before,” said Alan Reed, vice president and general manager, business desktops, HP. “With our partners, the HP TouchSmart fuels evolving business models and offers hands-on tools through custom programs and customer-facing applications that help companies better engage, interact and serve consumer demands.”