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Acer Has Launched A Touch Chromebook! Is This Trip Really Necessary?

interview, Acer’s head of commercial client products talked about adding the touch functionality to the Chromebook. According to Daniel Goffredo, this has to do with encouraging developers making applications that are touch enabled. In fact, Acer plans to use this model for all its future products. And that is, creating a non-touch and touch-enabled model of every hardware device it creates. This is actually part of the company’s roadmap moving forward, and we might also see it implemented on the Windows 8 side of things too. Wouldn’t that be a sight, then? Touch, it is becoming clear, is here to stay, one way or another.]]>

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