There's vast to like about all-in-one PCs. They take up very little space compared to normal desktop PCs are generally easy to move from one room to another and don't appear too out-of-place in a lounge environment. It's not all nice report and you end up giving a high expenditure for the compact graphic.
Advent's current attempt at the all-in-one is the MT22. Given around a 21.5-inch widescreen view it's a affordable compact device. What's mostthanks to it being a touchscreen model it can also be working by finger.
The screen is multi-touch but whereas most latest touchscreen PCs and laptops can remember four fingers the MT22 is only able to recognize up to two fingers on the screen at any single time. This is a little shocking but since there are very little applications that make use of three- and four-fingered signs it's not a great matter.
It's a capacitive touchscreen having only the least of touches and worked reasonably well in our tests. We did notice that it sometimes took a fraction of a second to react to a touch command. Getting it to accurately exactly known finger presses at the very corner of the screen was also difficult.
Maximizing and minimising of photos using the same pinch-and-pull movement made famous by the iPhone was as attractive as ever but trying to search websites by finger wasn't easy.