From a recent visitor to CES that I found amusing. Make sure to read it in its entirety:
"Hewlett-Packard introduced the TouchSmart IQ770 PC today at CES -- an all-in-one system that runs Microsoft's new Vista operating system. Equipped with a wireless keyboard and mouse, it's part PC with a high-definition tuner, DVD drive/burner and speakers, and part TV and home-entertainment system. It also has the TiVo-like ability to pause, rewind and record TV programs.
What makes this TV relatively unique is its 19-inch touch-screen. With an interface similar to Windows tablet laptops, the machine has the option to control it without having to touch the keyboard, mouse or remote. It also has WiFi, which can be handy if you don't have wired Ethernet in your kitchen or living room.
The power of this hardware and the improvements in Vista are major steps in the right direction, but it's still Windows. It worked mostly as advertised, but when I tried to burn a TV show to a DVD, the system crashed and I had to press CTRL ALT DEL to restart it before I could watch TV or use the PC. I don't recall ever having do that with a TV set."