Non-touchscreen is the norm not the exception!
What a difference a new operating system makes. Being a laptop without a touchscreen, the UX305 felt a little out of sorts when it was launched running touchy-feely Windows 8 earlier in the year.
Well that sentiment applies to ALL non-touchscreen systems which had the misfortune to have W8 installed; which just happens to be the vast majority (including those sold with W8 pre-installed)... It is MS who are begrudgingly re-accomodating non-touchscreen systems with W10. The only issue with this system is why Asus don't supply it with W7 Pro pre-installed as that would make it more attractive in the system replacement market.