Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 30th Nov 2012 21:54 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems "I was prepared to write that the Windows 8 interface was forcing unnecessary touchscreen controls on people who wouldn't appreciate them, particularly if they were simply grafted onto a traditional laptop. But the more I've used Windows 8, despite its faults, the more I've become convinced that touchscreens are the future - even vertical ones." I can see his point. I, too, have often felt the desire to touch regular and laptop displays, especially when doing things like photo and video.
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by WorknMan on Sat 1st Dec 2012 15:03 UTC
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As someone who uses VST (virtual instrument) apps with lots of knobs and sliders that are a ROYAL pain in the ass to use with a mouse, I welcome touch screens on the desktop. Sure, I realize it's a niche use, but if Windows 8 helps touch screens rise in popularity, I'm not going to complain ;)

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