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Re: touch screen PCs

Postby headhonchoII » 28 Mar 2012, 13:49

I got it in Taichung Nova market, almost 2 years ago. I like the all in one aspect and large bright screen but I have literally used the touch screen about 5 times.
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Re: touch screen PCs

Postby PapaAzucar » 20 Apr 2012, 01:57

golf wrote:
PapaAzucar wrote:
golf wrote:I favor bigger touch screen notebooks over those small and slow touch pads. If anyone knows good touch screen notebooks/laptops with 14~15" screen please advise too; thanks.
I've never seen a 14-15" touch screen notebook. But there are 11-12" Windows tablets (with touch screen) that can be connected to a keyboard and become a notebook/laptop like the Asus EP121
Or the Samsung Series 7 Slate

Thanks a lot! :)

The ultrabook/tablet hybrids are coming out later this year. Don't know if they will come in the 14-15" screen models.
Besides the slimmer form, they may be like the old convertible laptops with just a better Windows8 interface.

I've seen people using the Zaggfolio with their iPad2 as a laptop/tablet hybrid.
There is a new slimmer Logitech keyboard cover that works with the new iPad.
The only thing about turning the iPad into a laptop is that the iPad does not have SD card slots.
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