The touchscreen trend in the consumer tech industry continues to rage unabated at Computex 2009, as companies try to capitalize on the success of touch-enabled smartphones and bring the interface to other devices. Microsoft's Windows 7 and its support for touch interfaces is another big reason vendors are all still touting touchscreens on their displays this year.
MSI has gone with using touch on its many All-in-one PCs, which arguably benefits from this interface. With up to six models on display, albeit sporting similar exteriors, it's quite the lineup. We give you a video overview of all the key product highlights at MSI's booth before delving deep into each segment:-