I'm not getting this whole windows 8 thing. If it was built for a touchscreen why would you want it on a desktop?>Not only is Windows 8 designed for touch screens, I think it looks
I agree. I think Microsoft has focused too much on the tablet side.
I don't think it's so much the Tablet market as it is that Microsoft
is betting (and probably a winning bet) that more and more full sized computers and Laptops will go to touch screen monitors. Looking at
recent sales sheets from Dell and such this definitely seems to be the trend. I see huge touch screens in the near future with keyboards and other input devices used only for special events, not day to day use.
I don't think it's so much the Tablet market as it is that Microsoft>they never really caught on. Personally, I don't like the idea of having
is betting (and probably a winning bet) that more and more full sized computers and Laptops will go to touch screen monitors.
I'm not so sure about that. Touch screens existed in the early-mid 80s, but
I've always been one to tell people that Keyboards and Mice are your
link to your computer and to buy good quality name brand items when getting those. My current keyboard was worth almost $100 new and I have others that originally sold for $169 and more, and for the most part
I've had the best luck with Logitech mice (mouses?) lasting the longest.
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