Not to be confused with the Zeus Storm gaming desktopThe name of the Olympian god king has been overused for years, which is probably the reason why CyberPowerPC didn't mind using it again when it put together its new all-in-one system.
CyberPowerPC actually seems to name its products after mythical figures, just like Gaming PC names its computers after grand and terrible things, like The Beast and Destroyer.
The product we are going to look at today is an all-in-one computer called Zeus Touch that measures 21.5 inches in diagonal.
One of the unusual things about it is that it uses WLED backlighting (white LED), which implies a higher color accuracy and clarity, not to mention screen brightness.
Speaking of the screen, it has a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, Full High-Definition as it were (Full HD).
A 10-finger multitouch capacitive panel is present as well, making sure that the new user interface in Windows 8 can be used properly.
Genius' touch gesture mouse could have been used if there hadn’t been a touchscreen, but fortunately, this isn't a problem.
Moving on, an Intel Core-series central processing unit acts as the beating heart of the system, complete with HD 4000 graphics.
Several gigabyte of random access memory make sure everything runs smoothly, while a hard drive with a platter speed of 7,200 RPM (rotations per minute) provides 1 TB or 2 TB of storage space.
Other specs include a 720p webcam, USB 3.0 support, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and, optionally, an mSATA solid-state drive (SSD).
CyberPowerPC will ship the Zeus Touch all-in-one system for a price of $899, or 691.96-899 Euro. Zeus Touch 1000 gets the 1 TB HDD, while Zeus Touch 2000 and 3000 get the 2 TB option. All configurations receive a 3-year warranty.
All those who are more interested in heavy gaming will want to check out the Zeus desktop we’ve written about here.