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Touch screen computer

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by ToyotaMan, Nov 25, 2004.

  1. ToyotaMan

    ToyotaMan

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    Jun 6, 2000
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    While browsing the internet, I've found for sale a used touch screen computer. I didn't know I needed a touch screen computer, but after seeing it, I think maybe I could find some use for it within my business.

    I'm thinking maybe have it out on a display in the waiting room showing customers our website, or perhaps a demo about our business and services we offer.

    Or maybe at home as a home entertainment system.

    http://www.penrad.com/public_html/15lcdpc.html

    It runs Windows 2000 with a 667 Mhz. processor and 128 megs of RAM with a 20 gb hard drive, all of which I'm told are upgradeable, on a ATX 815 motherboard. It's an all-in-one system with a small footprint. There isn't even an external power supply, it's inside the computer.

    I'm just wondering if the computer stats would be fast enough to be usable or would this thing need the possible upgrades.