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Ten percent of notebooks using touch screens

5/16/2013 04:10 PM EDT
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DrQuine   5/19/2013 4:41:49 PM
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I've heard of laptop computers with removable touch screens so that they have the portability and "functionality" of an iPad but when reattached the "power" of a laptop computer. Are there any statistics on the market acceptance of that approach? Conceptually it seems a nice way to avoid having to manage information across so many devices (SmartPhone, iPad, laptop computer).

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kjdsfkjdshfkdshfvc   5/16/2013 8:18:43 PM
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It will eventually be all touch devices. http://bit.ly/IC4m9t

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