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Online Shopping with Touchscreen Ultrabook

The Intel Ultrabook reference design with touchscreen showing a shopping scenario.


To learn if people want touchscreen capability on laptops, an Intel user experience team conducted user testing using a touchscreen laptop. In the tests, people spent 77% of the time touching the laptop screen while running through a variety of tasks like surfing the Web, watching online video, viewing and editing photos and adjusting the laptop’s setting.


Intel Free Press story: Do People Want Touch on Laptop Screens? Consumer tests reveal users want single device with a keyboard that opens, closes and is touch enabled.

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Taken on March 1, 2012