As told by Phil McKinney, HP’ chief technology officer, touch will be the preferred method for nonthecnical users. And as an early aticipation, HP now developing iPhone-style touchscreen technology into its laptop range and expected to hit production stage in 2010.
Market analysts have predicted that the touchscreen device market (of which notebooks will be a part) is set to double by 2013. IDC have described the technology as â€śthe interface of the futureâ€ť. Yet the one company many of us would love to see enter the touchscreen notebook market, Apple, are yet to make their move.
As mentioned by some reports, the Atom based ECS G10IL Mini-Notebook will hit the U.S. stores starting next month. the 10-inch laptop will be available in two models including 8 ...
Asus planned to produce touchscreen model of its Eee PC. This reports was confirmed by ASUSâ€™s Australian division and the prototype will be displayed during Taipeiâ€™s Computex show next month.
Coming with new Multi-Touch technology, the new MacBook Pro allows you to pinch, swipe, or rotate to enlarge text, advance through photos, or adjust an image.
The new MacBook Pro ...
As reported by Taipei Times, Asus the major matherboard manufacturer, is expanding the product lines into low priced laptop this year. The move as a result of their partnership whith ...
As requested by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Targus developing laptop carrying case made from unique material that allows travelers keep their computers in their bags during x-ray screening ...
ECS G10IL Mini-Notebook Coming to the U.S. in
The Upcoming ASUS Eee Tablet
New MacBook Pro at Apple Store
Asustek To Release Cheap Latop
Targus Developing X-Ray Friendly Laptop Cases