Best Touch Screen Windows Laptops on the Market
When choosing a new touch screen device, insist on one that includes either Windows 10 or Windows 10 Pro. The features and benefits take technology to a whole new level. If you’re in business, you shouldn’t settle for anything less than the best.
The versatility of the Lenovo IdeaPad C340 is unlimited. You can open it and use it as a laptop with keyboard. If you want to make your laptop into a touch screen tablet, just flip it through 270 degrees on the hinge.
The keyboard becomes a stable stand and you can adjust the angle of the screen to suit. Alternatively, stand it tent-like and use it for drawing, sketching and 3D modelling with the Lenovo Active Pen 2. This neat tool comes as standard with several IdeaPad C340 models.
Windows Laptops with Touch Screen
What Does Touch Screen Actually Mean?
Let’s go back to basics for a moment and define “touch screen”. It’s a means of controlling information on your device by interacting with the screen. Laptop touch screen driver software on Windows 10 allow the touch screen to emulate the left button click of a mouse. You can use your fingertip, digital pen or a stylus with a conductive rubber tip. People use touch screen displays every day on Smartphones, e-readers, bank ATMs, supermarket terminals, games consoles and even ordering at some restaurants.
Touch screens allow us to interact directly with what we see. Although early touch screen laptops were heavy and could easily be scratched, the latest technology has eliminated all those disadvantages.
Laptops with Windows touch screen displays are at the forefront of communications and data storage. But they really come into their own for drawing, writing, and engineering, presenting information and creating 3D modelling.
Touch screen capabilities coupled with Windows 10 operating systems can do things that are impossible with a manual keyboard. The Lenovo IdeaPad C340 was designed for those who want to express themselves easily, and then store or share those ideas.
Who Needs a Laptop with Touch Screen
Perhaps a better question to ask is "Who doesn’t need a Windows laptops with touch screen?" Touch-sensitive laptops help students, lecturers, business executives, sales reps, architects, designers, artists, PR consultants…the list is endless.
If you want to key-in masses of data, work in an environment that requires gloves, or if you just want to play games, a touch screen laptop may not be right for you. However, a hybrid device such as the Lenovo IdeaPad C340 comes with a touch screen AND a keyboard. It really is the best of both worlds.
Original designs, sketches, diagrams and PowerPoint presentations can be created fast and fluently with the Lenovo Active Pen 2. What’s more, it comes as standard on some models when you invest in a new IdeaPad C340. Highlight text, make on-screen notes, add labels to on-screen images… you are only limited by your own imagination.
The Active Pen 2 is ideal for taking notes in presentations and lectures. As part of the IdeaPad C340, it becomes a handy notepad when you’re out of the office.
Who Needs a Laptop with Touch Screen
There are a number of budget touch screen laptops with Windows 10 on the market. For reliability, versatility and power, it’s hard to beat the Lenovo IdeaPad C340. It has a powerful 4 cell Li-polymer all-day battery (and we do mean all day with 8 hours of battery life). When power is running low, Rapid Charge technology recharges to 80% battery capacity in the time it takes to order and eat lunch.
Security is second to none with a fingerprint reader and a TrueBlock webcam privacy shutter. All the other must-haves are included: 4GB memory, 128GB SSD storage, 14inch FHD display for clarity (and backlit feature on some models), 720p camera and 10-point multi-touch screen.
Of course, that all-important Windows 10 Home 64 operating system is all part of the kit so you’re ready to go in moments. You can have all this exciting new technology at your fingertips from just £599.99. Now that’s what we call excellent value for money.