This is something that took a long time to come. Finally now that Dell has launched it, We can expect lots of activity in the "i7 Laptop with Multi touch" arena. I would only wish others also jump the wagon similar to the "Netbook" phenomenon (mad rush should I call!!).
I should not forget to mention the infinite amounts of cleaning to be done to screen, if at all it needs to be ;), thanks to the touchscreen. I am having headaches already with my touch enabled Netbook.
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HP has an i7 out as well.... Though it needs to be asked what number of people will actually benifit from an i7 in there computer... Its not like its going to make the internet and their email load faster which is about what 90% of people do with their computers .....
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Yep, the cleaning would be the thing that would stop me from jumping on this.
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