Touchscreen adoption is definitely coming along, just not as fast as the PC industry hoped it would.
Once again, Microsoft has managed to add a level of frustration to what should be a simple task.
We lay our hands on three 23-inch, 10-point multitouch displays from Acer, LG, and ViewSonic.
Unlike earlier Chromebooks, which had basic specs and low costs, the Chromebook Pixel announced Thursday has touchscreen capability, a high-quality display, and pricing that starts at $1299.
Proof positive that the pen is mightier than the mouse, this interesting gadget makes Windows 8 easier to live with.