Part of the problem, I think, is that Windows 8 supports touchscreen technology for laptops and desktops--and I can't imagine why someone would want that on a computer. Every time I'd go to the screen to touch something, I'd have to take my hand off the keyboard, which is exactly what I don't want to do. On a tablet, lying flat on my lap or on a table, it's a different story. But on a computer? No thanks.
Egg Zachary. I wonder if the touch screen desktop computer, or laptop for that matter will ever take off. It seems like too much repetitive motion. The arm and wrist in a non-ergonomic position.
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