HP touchscreen notebook due by year's end
HP is unwilling to comment on the notebook but does acknowledge that it plans to significantly expand its range of touch devices.
The touchscreen computer is nonetheless expected to be marketed much more strongly than the tx2000-series convertible tablets and will be considered important for spurring sales amidst a poor US economy and heightened competition in notebooks, where the similarity in features has forced many to try and offer distinct features. An HP touch notebook would arrive just as Apple's new MacBooks gain extensive multi-touch features but continue to use normal displays. (Source: macnn, electronista)
Chris De Herrera