Microsoft’s new all-in-one PC has a 28″ 4500×3000 touchscreen that can be angled nearly flat, and a precision stylus, turning it into a digital drafting table. The $100 Surface Dial (free for the first pre-orders) adds an intuitive way to scroll, zoom and access shortcuts.
A desktop application that makes it easy to select which programs can connect to the Internet. Very useful when you’re using a mobile hotspot and other cellular connections. It also shows the total data consumed for that session. Available for Windows and OS X.
A plug-and-play USB accessory that emulates touchscreen input on Windows 8 and Windows 10 laptops with 15.6″ screens. AirBar projects an invisible light field to detect input, which means you can use a variety of objects to interact with your screen.
This Windows 10 desktop PC features an ultra wide 34-inch curved display with 3440 x 1440 resolution, and a six speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system. Packs a 6th-gen Intel Core CPU, up to 16GB RAM, available hybrid SSD, and NVIDIA GeForce 960A graphics. Drops 11/15.
Previously exclusive to the iPad, Parallels’ mobile-friendly remote desktop software is now available for the iPhone as well as Android tablets and smartphones. It’s also more affordable now, down to $20 from $80 per year.
Are you really forgetful? Do you work best with deadlines? Or maybe you just want to see your life quantized? Check out Progress Bars of Life. This free Windows program lets you set alarms or reminders that are displayed as progress bars.
An app/subscription service which lets you use your Windows PC or Mac remotely from your iPad, with intuitive touch-based control and a menu that makes them feel like native tablet apps. Even streams desktop video and audio.
With its unconventional Aspire R7, Acer points out that with Windows 8 and a touchscreen, you won’t need a trackpad as much. Its 15.6″ 1080p screen moves into a variety of positions. Has a 1.5GHz Core i5 CPU, 6GB RAM and 500GB HDD.
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