Tangent Computer featured its VITA all-in-one, LCD-display PC at the conference. Hidden inside the back panel of each VITA is a complete computer, standard with Windows XP Pro, Intel Pentium 4 processor, DVD/CD-RW combo drive, media reader, integrated speakers, Ethernet connectivity, and more, according to the company. Tangent says optional features such as touch screen, TV tuner, WiFi, cordless keyboard and mouse, and the many display mount options transform VITA into a special-purpose solution to help meet space limitations and mobility requirements in education. The company also demonstrated its Packet Hawk anti-spyware security solution, which Tangent says features easy central management to control distributed scans, real-time monitor rules management, and scheduling and reporting options from one interface. The company’s Web Hawk content filtering solution also was featured at TCEA. Web Hawk reportedly can inspect internet traffic on the local network, log traffic data, and enforce the internet access policy established by the institution.