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Acer has revealed its latest AIO touchscreen PC, which includes an all-new media sharing system and can double up as a TV.

The Acer Aspire Z5761 has a 23in 1920 x 1080 touchscreen and comes with the option of an Intel Core i5-2400S, i5-2500S or Core i7-2600S processor.

Acer Aspire Z5761

Graphics are interchangeable between the in-chip Intel engine and your choice from Nvidia's GeForce GT440, GT435M or GT420. Also included is a 1.5TB hard drive and up to 8GB of Ram, as well as Acer's DLNA-rebranded media sharing system, Clear.fi.

Any wireless devices that are Clear.fi enabled, can be joined together using the Z5761 as a central hub. There is the additional option of including a TV tuner too, allowing the PC to act as a telly.

The Acer Aspire Z5761 will hit shelves here in the UK sometime in early May starting at £800. ®

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