Só existe uma coisa mais incrível que a tecnologia, é o que você pode fazer com ela. Com um Ultrabook™ inspirado pela Intel® e rodando com processadores da família Intel® Core™ sua imaginação não tem limites e para os desenvolvedores é a chance de criar projetos cada vez mais inovadores e que estejam a frente do mercado.
Touch screens were once an exotic way to interact with special devices, but they’re becoming an everyday part of devices and computers. In addition to phones and tablets, more laptops and convertible computers now include touch screens. As we approach the release of Windows 8, we’ll see new Ultrabook designs that include touch screens. We'll also see more convertible designs, which convert from clamshell-style laptops to tablets. With all of this touch capability, I’ve been wondering what Touch means to an app developer.
Earlier this week I was forwarded and article from Ars Technica by Peter Bright questioning if Windows 8 is really cut out for tablet. Overall it’s a fair article with a bit of tea reading, where Peter questions if Microsoft is really fully committed to tablet with Windows 8. In reading I kept thinking Ars Technica is reading things a bit backwards, and may not be considering the developer ecosystem.