HP has released a new all in one desktop PC called the TouchSmart 620 3D edition; the device appears to be only available in the US for now for a rather meaty $1800 for the base unit, from the 15th of November.
The new TouchSmart is a tweaked version of the existing TouchSmart 610 (on sale for £900 in the UK); like the latter, the 620 comes with a 23-inch full HD touchscreen display, an Intel processor (a 3.1GHz Core i5-2400 with 6MB cache), a whopping 8GB onboard memory, 1.5TB hard disk drive, a Blu-ray drive and an AMD Radeon HD 6650 or 6670 graphics card.
The latter should be able to run even a demanding game like Crysis 2 at 1080p resolution at playable rates. The screen can swivel a full 180 degrees and reclines by up to 60 degrees, which means that you can use it at a very steep angle.
There's also a nifty dual lens camera that can take 3D shots and videos to be viewed on the screen, with a TV tuner (3D compatible we suspect) and a pair of 3D active shutter glasses. Software from TriDef handles the 3D.
HP is not the only one with such a decent computer; Lenovo, MSI and Sony have tried their hands at 3D all in one computers, sadly, these are more of a luxury item, mostly because of their price and the lack of a significant amount of content.