Samsung made a big entry in to the desktop market by trying to go for a higher end all-in-one that could double as a media center. It featured a touchscreen and a unique folding display that could tilt all the way back. The premium pricing and lack of touch integrated into the operating system probably limited their sales. Now they have introduced their latest Series 7 all-in-one with a more affordable price tag and more traditional design. Have the changes helped improved their desktop design over the competition? Find out in my review of the Samsung Series 7 Mercury all-in-one desktop.