Nowadays, whether it’s work, leisure or entertainment, many small partners are inseparable from the touch screen. Indeed, without the cumbersome mouse and keyboard, your fingers are flexible and convenient to use ~ but have you ever thought about why most computers today don’t add touch screens? Let’s say that the cost problem leads to the fact that middle and low-end computers do not use touch screens. Now, high-end computers often do not support touch screens!
In fact, it’s mainly because it’s really useless to add a touch screen to the computer. Take the desktop computer for example. The large screen of 20 inches + can move not only the fingers but also the whole arm through finger touch… It’s very tired to think about it. And such a large screen, dense fingerprints are also very troublesome to clean up!
In fact, although finger touch looks simple, it is not as accurate and efficient as the traditional keyboard and mouse. If there is a need for drawing, a high-resolution digital board can obviously draw finer lines than a finger. For notebook computers, which are much lighter than desktop devices and can meet mobile use, the use of touch screen not only has the above problems, but also leads to excessive overlap with their own tablet computers, reducing product sales.
Take Microsoft as an example. Once on Windows 8, Microsoft made an attempt to be compatible with touch / mouse and removed the start menu. Then, this nondescript product won a lot of bad reviews. Apple’s approach is to strive to integrate Mac OS and IOS until mobile phones and computers share a slightly different IOS system, so Apple’s MAC series are equipped with a touch pad.
It has to be said that the integration of systems and equipment between mobile phones and computers is a general trend, but at the current technical level, we still have a long way to go