Tech Companies: Don't Forget the Touchscreens
Touchscreens Where Art Thou?
When HP released the DreamScreen last week, I was excited. Just by the looks of things, the device seemed like a perfect fit for my living room. It's one part digital photo frame and another part mini-entertainment device. The product sports the ability to listen to music on Pandora, the option to view images, and more.
That (major) issue disappointed me. Maybe it's just me, but when I see a device called the DreamScreen, I expect its screen to provide a dream-like experience. And in today's tech space, that means that screen will feature touch controls.
Maybe it's unfair of us to expect touchscreens from tech companies.
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