Touch screen is a flash in the pan
Why is everyone hopping on the touch pad wagon. I've got one. I don't like it. It doesn't have a keyboard. I could not even write this comment in a reasonable time on a touch pad. It's OK for reading E-books, and maybe a couple of other simple tasks, but for anything requiring actual input .... no good. I doubt it ever will be. So? Why does anyone think that migrating a user interface to something that looks like it is built for a touch pad is a good idea? Just because it's new and different? Phaw. That's silly. Anyone here have a touch screen at your desktop? On your laptop? Anyone who is NOT a geek who loves toys? Windows 8, I notice, is similarly flawed. Hasn't anyone heard the phrase, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it?"
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