And I had no trouble adjusting to a mouse because it was a huge improvement over cursor keys and joysticks. Touch screens for PCs is not. Even touch pads on laptops are too clunky for me; I use a mouse only.
Do touch screens belong on PCs? A debate(22 posts)
I considered a touch screen desk, but with the design software I use I think it wouldn't work too well. Maybe the design software companies could make it work better if they designed their software around a touch screen monitor. For me, two 32" monitors work for now. Thinking about a third though. :)
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