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Is this 43” computer table for $6000 as bad as it looks?

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Mar 23, 2009
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Is this 43” computer table for $6000 as bad as it looks?

Somehow this $6000 43” table computer looks horrible to me, but I haven’t tried it. Has anyone here seen this in person?

https://m.costco.ca/Multi-Touch-Digital ... 66349.html

The Touch Center all-in-one table by Multi Touch Digital Inc. is the next generation of home entertainment. This multi-user electronic system allows for up to 4 simultaneous users to experience up to 40 touch points in either 1 or up to 4 different separate screen zones. The Touch Center is not only designed but made in Canada and enables family and friends to learn, plan and enjoy together. And the thick sensor glass ignores water, ice or dirt when in play mode.

Features:
Multi-user: choose up to 4 separate entertainment zones
Capacitive antiglare sensor glass: 4 mm
Household power requirement: 120 V
Single button start up
Multi-touch interface − no keyboard or mouse required
Preloaded Touch Center multi-user software
Power cord: 2.44 m (96 in.)

Processor and Memory:
Intel® 6th Generation i5-6260U
8 GB

Drives:
No optical drive
240 GB

Display and Video Graphics:
43 in. commercial grade touch display; FHD (1920 x 1080)
Intel® HD Graphics

Communication:
Wi-Fi
Bluetooth® compatible

Audio:
Integrated speaker system

Ports:
2 direct access USB

Operating System:
Microsoft® Windows® 10 Home

Specifications:
Dimensions (W x D x H): 79 cm x 117 cm x 56 cm (31 in. x 46 in. x 22 in.)
Approximate weight: 57 kg (126 lb.)

Warranty:
2 year manufacturer
Returns accepted within 90 days from date of purchase

Model: 43TC-A0-A0
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Apr 16, 2001
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The screen is worth maybe $2000-$2500 retail, the laptop hardware is a joke, and there's no discrete video. You could build a better one for much less.
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can't you just buy those "turn your TV into a touchscreen" thing for less than $400? Get a kick ass computer for $2000 and a better kick ass TV for $3000? The rest of the money going into a good table and a good glass on top of the TV screen?

I remember I bought one of those turn any laptop into touchscreen for like $40 8-9 years ago. It worked well, but the company went under.

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