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    News - Microsoft design touches are important to Ultrabooks

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    Re: News - Microsoft design touches are important to Ultrabooks

    Not being funny but... microsoft developed the first xbox 360 and its one of the worst designs of technology hardware in history. If they came around and started telling me my hardware needed tweaking i would send them out on their arse.

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    Aww how cute, they're still make-believing Windows 8 wont be a complete disaster.
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    Re: News - Microsoft design touches are important to Ultrabooks

    Quote Originally Posted by aidanjt View Post
    Aww how cute, they're still make-believing Windows 8 wont be a complete disaster.
    For PC's with touch screens it will be a major break through. It is easy to operate and can be used for different kind of functions. Lately saw a video about touching tables with Microsoft software. Works perfect and looks great to use in the future. Bad thing those tables cost a fortune...

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    Re: News - Microsoft design touches are important to Ultrabooks

    Quote Originally Posted by Paragone View Post
    For PC's with touch screens it will be a major break through. It is easy to operate and can be used for different kind of functions. Lately saw a video about touching tables with Microsoft software. Works perfect and looks great to use in the future. Bad thing those tables cost a fortune...
    Windows 7 had touch support and a big chunky touchable task bar. The support was there, PC users just aren't interested in Windows tablets.
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