My non-touch Windows 8 world
Unlike most of my colleagues, my recent Windows 8 experiences have been distinctly non-touch. As it turns out, the only two laptops I’ve reviewed with Microsoft’s new operating system pre-installed both lacked touchscreens: the Sony Vaio E17, and the Toshiba Satellite U845W. Both are what you’d consider “classic” laptops–although the U845W has an unique, extra-wide screen.
Based on these early experiences with two “Windows 8-optimized” laptops, I’m not a fan of the non-touch Windows 8 world.
Escaping The Grid
Honestly, it’s hard to be a fan of non-touch on Windows 8, because there are…
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