Adding a touch screen to Windows 8. I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. It isn’t a must, but Microsoft designed Windows 8 to be used with touch screens. That’s why so many notebooks have been shipping with that capability. If you have a desktop, you can add a touch screen display too. ViewSonic is out with some impressive new monitors with Windows 8 ten point touch certification that can change the whole Windows 8 experience. Product Marketing Manager Kenneth Mau…
“The way that people are interacting, because of mobile devices, because of the way people are used to interacting has changed dramatically. I mean 10 point touch is really the future and not only for consumers, but for commercial applications. The TD2740 is really a great addition to our existing product line.”
That’s a 27 inch touch screen that can stand upright or lay flat and is priced at about 800 dollars. You can find us at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.
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