Windows 8 It is designed for touch screens that are gradually being implemented in some laptops and
ultrabooks. The hardware of the ultrabooks added to the execution of Windows 8 suggests that the capabilities of both will be enhanced by their conjunction on the same computer.
It is easy for manufacturers of such devices to incorporate a touch screen without changing the shape and orientation of the device. But when it comes to conjugate a touch hardware with Windows 8 some problems may arise when playing with the screen mobility, since the trend points to the laptops they will be each more a hybrid between a device with a keyboard and a tablet. Apart from the physical problem, there is the question of the keyboard, since if the screen begins to be used for long periods of time in a folded angle on the keyboard, small complications can arise from the point of view of usability and ergonomics. However, we have already seen many innovative laptop designs that manufacturers can implement with Windows 8.
Some of these devices, such as the Fujitsu Lifebook T580, They have screens that rotate 180 degrees and fold like a tablet. Therefore, ultrabooks with their ultra-thin screen can take a slight advantage over others, thanks to the Metro interface, which can be used almost like a whiteboard. For example, him IdeaPad Yoga of Lenovo Turn your screen 360 degrees, thanks to a double hinged stop.
Also, manufacturers of ultrabooks that incorporate touch screens will have to take advantage of Windows 8 to offer the best of touch devices and the functionality of a notebook. After all, Microsoft wants Windows 8 to be the operating system of all devices.