HP did say it wasn't leaving the PC business after all, and there are few better ways to show this than by releasing a new system, in this case an all-in-one, almost immediately after that announcement.
The TouchSmart620 3D Edition personal computer is an all-in-one system whose actual specifications haven't really been made clear.
Considering the fact that it will start selling at some point in mid November, it is likely that one of Intel's new Sandy Bridge-E CPUs will lie at the heart of the item.
Also, regardless of the chip, it should be possible to throw in a considerable memory capacity, and the same should go for graphics as well.
After all, this is, in the end, a 3D-capable system, and such computers usually make it a point of possessing better than average specs at the least.
Then again, the price of US$1,399 (999-1,000 Euro) on its own is enough of a hint to that effect.
With that to give some idea to prospective buyers of what they can expect from the product, HP also implemented some assets that not all computers come with.
The LinkUp Technology, Beats Audio and the TriDef Ignition Game Player (allows for games to be played in 3D) are all on the list.
Additionally, HP included a webcam that can actually shoot 3D photos and videos, so that 3D may work both ways.
Other features one might find interesting are the ability to swivel the 23-inch body up to 180 degrees and recline it up to 60 degrees.
HP revealed the 23-inch TouchSmart620 3D Edition alongside the 2311gt 3D panel, which we spoke of here
The company will sell it along with active shutter 3D glasses, though, since the LCD used here is not of the type that can work with passive ones (lacks FPR technology).