Thursday, October 8, 2009

More touch-screen desktops appearing this fall

Windows 7 features some unique multi-touch capabilities and we will start to see more touch-screen desktop computers appearing this fall. I wonder if all this multi-touch excitement will revive the tablet PC market (probably not, right?).

So the Sony Vaio L is Sony's first touch-screen PC. HP has the TouchSmart PC. A growing number of manufacturers are making desktop PCs that utilize touch-screens that can leverage Windows 7 features. Soon, hospitals and physician offices will be leveraging more touch-screens through a combination of tablet PC use, mobile clinical assistants (MCAs), and even touch-screen desktop PCs.

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