Microsoft Reportedly Involving In Windows 8 Ultrabook Outer Designs

Posted on Apr 16 2012 - 10:26am by Editorial Staff

In order to ensure that Windows 8 will run smoothly and vibrantly on ultrabooks under touch-control environments, Microsoft has been actively involved in outer designs of ultrabooks with branded vendors. Citing “sources”, Digitimes states that the traditional notebooks will usually shake when the devices are operated with touches on the screen.

To address the problem, the software giant has rolled out the Metro touch interface and with that it has extended its concerns to chassis designs of Ultrabook. The changes in outer designs coupled with the adoption of new interface are expected to boost the effectiveness of Windows 8, and will help push up the ratio of touched-enabled ultrobooks with a display size of 13-inch and above to 30% of total ultrabook models shipped for the year-end buying season in 2012 compared to the 3-5% estimated previously.

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