Intel has been pumping money into the touchscreen component business in order to encourage the production of panels of 13in and up to make sure there are enough of them for vendors to build all the touch-enabled Windows 8 notebooks Intel hopes World+Dog will want. The head of Intel's PC Client Group, Kirk Skaugen, didn't say how …
I'm curious how many people would ever want a touch enabled laptop?
I can't see the point. I'm talking about a normal laptop that is a laptop in every way except it has a touch screen. Does anyone think they'd use this as more than a novelty?
Thumb up if you agree with me, thumb down if you think I'm an idiot and of course you want a touchscreen laptop. Curious to see how Reg readers feel about this...
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