Since the iPhone first hit the market, touch screen computers, smartphones and other devices have been all the rage. The problem with touch screen computers is that the screens often lack the accuracy and sensitivity needed to really give a usable touch experience.
Today I have Acer's new Aspire 5738PG-6306 touch screen notebook on my desk. It hardly takes a discerning eye to tell that this machine looks visually identical to the Acer 3D notebook I recently reviewed. The only real difference between the Acer Aspire 5738PG-6306 and the 3D notebook is that the touch screen tech replaces the 3D tech in the notebook I am looking at here.
The idea of a touch screen is appealing to many of us, but are we ready to shed our mice and go touch screen only for our notebooks? Read on to find out of the Acer Aspire 5738PG-6306 has what it takes in the touch screen department.
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