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CES 2013: HP Readies Line of Affordable Touch Laptops and IPS Monitors [Video]

Maximum PC: The name of the game is affordability, and Hewlett-Packard is trying to win with a line of touch-enabled laptops that won't break the bank. The same is true of a new family of IPS monitors. As for the laptops, HP has chosen AMD as its running mate in the low(er) cost touch arena, which is not the least bit surprising when you look at AMD's track record in competing on the budget end. We had a chance to speak with a couple of HP reps about their products. (AMD, CES 2013, HP, PC hardware)

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