The push isn't just for adding Touch Screens, they're also adding sensors we would normally only associate with being standard on say Smart Phones. While alternate system designs are also starting to be pushed.
Like the Hybrid design that Asus Transformers are now famous for and sliding type convertible that simply let the screen stay on top when in the closed position and can then be used like a slate.
Mind there are also competitive technologies like MS Kinect and similar motion sensor based control schemes.
I honestly think that would be a bad move by Asus, HP Lenovo and Acer.
I think Windows 8 is going to flop, the Metro UI destroys the experience Windows users have come to know and love so investing so much in hardware for an unappealing software isn't a smart move.
I personally don't want a Windows Mobile like OS on my desktop (or even smartphone for that matter) and think Windows 7 is the most practical, feature filled, enjoyable operating system for personal and professional use.
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