While the outer surface is matte aluminum, the inside is basic black, with a subtle dark pattern over the wrist rest and black keys set into a black keyboard tray. The keys are backlit, which is a welcome bonus in a system this thin and small. While on the shallow side, the island-style keys are responsive and well-spaced for touch typing. Media functions on the F-key row are reversed, which means you can adjust the volume and screen brightness without having to hold down the Fn key.
Aesthetically, the design suffers, and you also lose out on touchscreen controls. Traditionalists will tell you touch in a laptop is unnecessary, but when navigating Windows 8, I always find myself reaching for the screen at least a few times per session, so skip the touch at your own peril.
As it is, you're stuck between a lower-res, non-touch, matte screen and a high-res touchscreen with a glossy surface, and nothing in between. If I were designing an XPS 13 configuration that included the best of both worlds, I'd ask for a 1,920x1,080-pixel touch display under edge-to-edge glass.
The 13.3-inch display has a nearly borderless edge-to-edge design, available in two versions, a 3,200x1,800-pixel touch panel and a 1,920x1,080-pixel non-touch version. We've now had a chance to test and use both versions, and which one you choose makes a fairly significant difference to the overall experience.
The higher-resolution screen has a glossy glass overlay that provides touch control and also serves to create a single-layer smooth surface over the entire top panel of the laptop. The 1080p version has a matte finish and lacks that glass overlay. That means the bezel is slightly raised above the screen itself, and you don't have a single, level surface, but instead a screen that is slightly inset.
This all in one system is a revelation in the laptop/desktop production world as I would say. The Elo Touch Solutions B-Series All-in-One touch computer platform simply provides in a compact design, more flexibility with a choice of configuration and connectivity options from which you can always choose from, more serviceability with easy access to key components, and more processing of softwares and other applications. With a Intel Processor - Atom Dual-Core and a Processor Speed of 1.86 GHz, this system gives you all you desire ranging from from speed to performance and efficiency. The RAM is upgrade-able and can be increased to up to 4G RAM for faster performance and efficiency.
Also comes with a DDR2 SDRAM, a Hard Drive Capacity of 160 GB which still allows for secondary or external Hard Disk Drive of maybe 320G to 360G, also a Hard Drive Interface SATA, a Screen Size: 17’ Display Screen which is LED and Touchscreen, a Display Resolution of 1280 x 1024 with Brightness of 200 Nit. It also comes with Ethernet Technology with Gigabit Ethernet adapters, USB 2.0 ports, | Audio Line In, Audio Line Out, a Serial Port, and good external Speakers.
Now down to one of the most interesting concept and features about this system, it comes with a rare magnetic stripe reader (MSR) for reading credit cards, debit cards, ID cards, and also a fingerprint scanner which makes it more safe to use . The general build up of this system is great and its ready to deliver for you any day , anytime.
New Elo Touchcomputer B2 come with 15-inch and 17-inch monitor. They are multifunctional, stylish, high-performance, larger capacities and are in great demand in the retail trade hospitality. They are designed for the future. B2 models without a fan to use the latest Intel® 1.86GHz Atom ™ Dual-Core N2800. With a wide range of installable peripherals, spill-resistant sealing, and a range of connectivity options port I / o, model B-Series Rev.B are versatile and powerful.
New Intel® 1.86GHz Atom ™ Dual-Core N2800 processors suitable for any POS application. In addition, the new model B-Series two times more RAM than the standard and twice the hard disk drive (HDD). Capacity is now 2 GB of RAM DDR3 and Advanced Format standard 320GB HDD in all models. For people who need more performance you can add add 2 GB or 4 GB of RAM or a second hard drive 320GB can significantly improve performance or extend the retention of data from touchcomputers B-Series.
Elo Touchcomputer B2 certified, and includes a design case, which vagotomised, protecting your device from liquid drops and spills.
Peripherals include: reader magnetic stripe (MSR) for reading credit cards, ID cards, loyalty cards and so on, back in the direction of the VFD display to verify transactions, biometric fingerprint scanner for added security, and the bracket is ideal for mounting Elo Touchcomputer B2 for advertising or information of the people.
Typical applications for touchcomputers B-Series AIO include POS (point-of-service), POI (Point Of information), loyalty systems, information systems, kiosk, industrial automation and access points to the Internet, just to name a few.