Best Touch-screen Laptops Worldwide

Touch-screen laptops are now widely used all over the world thanks to their convenience and functions such as iPad and Android tablets. However, if you expect to own a two-in-one tool that provides the keyboard for writing emails and the touch-screen for a natural way to surf the web as well as browse your photos, touch-screen laptops can meet your demands.


Samsung NB30 (£268)

Samsung NB30, the cheapest touchscreen PC you’re likely to find, uses touch-screen technology and is easy to carry.

The 10.1-inch screen featuring a 1,024 x 600-pixel resolution is sharp and bright


Vye V-91015 Touch Screen Netbook (£379)

Vye V-91015 is one of the cheapest twistable tablet-style netbooks on the market with £379 that weighs only 1.3kg.

It features 10-inch multi-touch screens, 1GB of RAM and a 160GB hard drive


Asus EeePC Netbook T101MT (£442)

Eee PC T101MT is the best choice for those who expect to look for not only a true tablet but also the convenience of a laptop.

It features the 10.1-inch tactile touch-screen and 320 GB hard drive


Asus T91MT (£459)

Asus T91MT has the 8.9-inch screen, which is no bigger than most of the Android tablets swamping in the market this Christmas. In particular, it offers Windows 7 and a full keyboard.

The multi-touch helps you fold the screen back and use a range of gestures


Packard Bell Butterfly Touch LX.BL502.011 (£529.95)

Packard Bell has released the Butterfly Touch that offers full touch-screen usability and weighs 1.6kg.

The screen can be turned 180 degrees and folded down over the keyboard for full tablet use


Toshiba Satellite U500-1EX (£584.97)

Toshiba’s Satellite U500 Series blends of style, comfort and quality.


The U500’s touch-sensitive screen and media bar offer a great means of taking control, viewing documents and playing basic games


Acer Aspire 5738PG-644G32Mn (£644.93)

The Acer Aspire 5738PG-644G32Mn boasts a 15.6-inch screen that features touch functionality and Windows 7 operating system.

The touch-screen technology of Acer Aspire 5738PG-644G32Mn is well implemented and very intuitive to use


Acer 1825PT (£679)

The new 1825PT, an 11.6-inch netbook, features a swivel-style screen that enables you to convert it into a tablet-style device in a jiffy.

The Acer 1825PT also has 8GB of RAM, a 250GB or 320GB hard drive and a 6-cell battery to give you eight hours of work and play time


HP Touchsmart TM2-1010ea (£863.53)

The HP TouchSmart TM2-1010ea with a swiveling screen can convert into a tablet PC.

The HP TouchSmart TM2-1010ea has a sharp and well-supported touchscreen display that enable users to create applications like finger-painted masterpieces with Corel Paint It, cartoon-based interface and various games.


Fujitsu Lifebook T4410 (£1115.99)

Fujitsu Lifebook T4410 features a sharp 12.1-inch screen which twists 180 degrees to convert into a tablet PC. The display is extremely sensitive and registers the stylus tip an inch from the screen.

Fujitsu Lifebook T4410 is the most expensive in the list




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