Acer's dual touch screen Iconia laptop, designed with help from Intel engineers, does away with a physical keyboard. Instead, a second 10-finger touch screen LCD allows you to switch from a software keyboard or a special menu that lets you flip through folders and applications.
As the tech world's attention turns toward Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from Feb. 14-17, the annual "who's who" in the mobile phone industry is about to take deeper dive into ... the world of computing. Intel Free Press met up with tech analysts Mario Morales from IDC and John Jackson from CCS Insight to get their thoughts prior to the event.
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Wouldn't it be great if there was a "How Loud" description on every new laptop? Choosing a quiet laptop might keep you from going prematurely deaf. Who wants to sit in bed with a fan-blowing laptop? That constant hum remains even after you turn off the computer, the lights and hit the pillow. Looking for a sleek, new laptop and willing to pay a little more to get "more for your money" or make an investment to help make your purchase "future proof"? This HP Envy 14 was tricked out with faster memory, an Intel Core i7 quad core processor and productivity software and with additional productivity software cost just over $1600. Out of the box it was beautiful and fast, but also loud with a fan that constantly hummed and occasionally revved to ear-ringing levels. Maybe buyers could see a "noise" meter for each new computer design. That might help people find and get what they want the first time.