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The Virtuix Omni is an omni-directional surface (not a treadmill) that allows you to move around in the game world while (mostly) staying put in reality.
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The 10-incher is another moderate Windows 8.1 release in HP's latest lineup of slates.
HP's Omni 27 is the king of Windows all-in-ones in terms of screen size, but you'd be smart to wait and compare it with the other 27-inchers due out later this year.
HP's nontouch Omni 220-1080qd all-in-one boasts a strong, performance-oriented configuration that will satisfy anyone looking for a mainstream desktop.
HP's newest tablet comes with extra storage and Windows 8.1.
You might reasonably ask whether a budget desktop makes sense anymore given the versatility of the iPad and other tablets, but if you find you do in fact need a low-cost computer, the HP Omni 120-1024 is a fine choice.
Virtuix's omnidirectional gaming treadmill, which funded up a Kickstarter storm, is now available for preorder for those who didn't get a chance to contribute.
The HP Omni 200 5380qd lacks some of the flashier features of other all-in-one PCs, but it makes up the difference with surprisingly fast performance, making it easy to recommend to anyone in need of a reasonably priced home desktop.
The final piece of the total-immersion puzzle -- an octagon-shaped movement-tracking treadmill -- makes a killer debut on Kickstarter.
Bill Detwiler cracks open the HP Omni 27 all-in-one PC and examines whether it has the hardware to compete with Apple's 27-inch iMac.