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CES 2013: Moneual MTT300 table PC could finally make ordering food enjoyable

Korean company Moneual had a touch table PC on display at its CES booth last week that is essentially an all-in-one computer transformed into a smart tabletop. The MTT300 was awarded the CEA's 2013 Best of Innovations Showcase Honor.

The table PC, which runs Windows 7 Enterprise, is powered by an Intel Atom D2700 dual-core processor clocked at 2.13GHz with 2GB of RAM, an Nvidia GF119 GPU, a 128GB SSD, Wi-Fi, a massive 22in 1,920 x 1,080 pixel display, two USB ports.

There’s a layer of thick reinforced glass on top of the PC which protects the device from liquid spillage and knocks, while keeping it touch-friendly as it uses a projective capacitive touch technology.

Another useful feature that the MTT300 sports is an RF card terminal which can be used to authenticate users, transfer data and even make wireless payments, depending on the scenario.

A spokesperson for Moneual couldn’t confirm whether the device will come with Windows 8 in the near future, whether it includes Bluetooth connectivity, and whether it will be launched in the UK and at what pricing.

It would be interesting to see future iterations of the table include support for ARM (which should lower the price) or split screen capabilities (in case you are not dining alone).

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