Popular Touch Articles for 2012
The Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 91z is a business all-in-one PC best known for its "edge-to-edge" glossy glass surfaces and beautiful 21.5-inch full HD display. The Edge 91z is for businesses[...]
There are a lot of touch-capable all-in-one desktops, and we've seen just about every one. Aside from HP's TouchSmart, they haven't been worth much. With Lenovo's new effort, that's all[...]
Lenovo took a pre-emptive shot at Zinio's new all-in-ones today with the release of a few of their own - the IdeaCentre B Series desktops might not be the visual[...]
Today, Dell officially announced the addition of touch to their stylish new all-in-one lineup, just in time for Windows 8.
Just in time for the new Windows launch, Dell took the wraps off of its new 23-inch S2340T: ten fingers of touch input, Ethernet, USB 3.0, webcam, speakers and more.
Dell has been a player in the all-in-one space for a long time, and brought up such interesting, if ultimately unsuccessful, models as the Studio One 19. Today's releases show,[...]
We stopped in at IFA2012 in Germany, and headed to the Sony booth to check out their latest creation: the new Sony Tap 20, a multitouch all-in-one with an unusual[...]
This has been a busy time for Logitech, busily prepping multiple devices in time for the release of Windows 8. Included in the rollout are a pair of multitouch mice,[...]
Buttons? Scroll wheels? Pish posh, that's so yesteryear. Logitech is joining Microsoft and Apple in creating a mouse whose top is covered with a touch surface instead of using physical[...]
Last year, GoogleTV was the hot new thing that Smart TV enthusiasts were talking about. We've seen how well that worked out for companies like Logitech (i.e., not at all)[...]
As the launch date for Windows 8 grows increasingly near, it's no surprise that we're seeing more and more products engineered for touch hit the marketplace. Today, it's ViewSonic's turn.
Today HP rolled out their new Windows 8 powered all-in-ones, including the new ENVY TouchSmarts, which take advantage of snazzy new Microsoft touch algorithms.
With 3D coming up as anything but a success for PC manufacturers, companies are turning to the 'Next Big Thing' in consumer technology - touch.
So you want to use your desk as a touch surface for Windows 8? Autodesk and its Magic Finger might have the answer for you.
We talk about how rapid the adoption and growth of mobile operating systems such as iOS and Android are - but they can't touch Windows.