Most of you have used a touchscreen at some stage, whether it is checking in at your doctor’s waiting room or in a baggage section at the local airport. As a home system for a computer however I personally fail to see the benefits – your hands get fatigued and the screens end up a mess of fingerprints and marks.
I read with great interest an article on the Washington post last night which details some of the new technology and explains that touch experts say keeping your hands above your heart for a long period of time isn’t an ideal situation.
Microsoft have an interesting take on the technology with the Microsoft Surface computer, this is a low table which rests in front of you.
It is an interesting topic and I would like to hear your views on the matter. Would you be interested in a laptop with touchscreen technology?
Allan Campbell Heaven Media