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Intel Ultrabook Reference Design with Touchscreen

Multi-touch screens are prevalent today on tablet and smartphone devices, and they’re even available on PCs. With the advent of Windows 8, Microsoft’s touch-optimized operating system, user experience researchers at Intel conducted tests to learn if people really did or did not want touch on their laptop.

 

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