Hardware downsides to a touchscreen?
April 10, 2014 3:50 PM Subscribe
I am soon to be in the market for a new laptop. I don't like touchscreens and won't use one, but I want to know if that means I should avoid
a touchscreen laptop, or merely ignore the touchscreen if I end up with one. That is: do touchscreens tend to come with drawbacks in terms of durability, longevity, battery usage, sharpness, viewing angles, color reproduction, and what have you? Obviously some panels are better than others, but I'm interested in a general overview. Questions of touchscreens tend to focus on "gorilla arm" and the like, but I'm only interested in how they affect the monitor's ability to let me look at stuff.
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