Help Me Choose: Usage
| ||These laptops offer a good solution for everyday computing |
| ||Uncompromised form and function|
(Latitude, Inspiron, XPS)
|Gaming supremacy |
Touch, keyboard and mouse: Seamless integration
|Windows 8 is hands-on and designed to eliminate the need to choose. You don’t have to|
“work” on your PC and “play” on your tablet. The most efficient way to get stuff done is
immediately available. Whether you’re browsing apps, reading a book or typing on the go
with touch, creating a project that requires the more productive horsepower of a traditional
mouse and keyboard, or doing everything at once, Windows 8 makes it easy. You use
whatever works best, whenever it works best. No trade-offs.
On new, touch-enabled PCs, the things you can do with a mouse and keyboard are just as
easy to do with touch. You can switch between apps, organize your Start screen, and pan
and zoom. With the touch keyboard, you can navigate, type and interact on the go. Because
you work in different ways depending on which app you’re using, Windows 8 makes it easy
to use whichever method works best.
The touch keyboard has two modes designed to suit the way you work. You get a full-sized
keyboard with large buttons, or a handy thumb keyboard that splits the keys on either side
of the screen, making it easy and more comfortable to use on the go. Typing feels natural
whether you’re sitting down or walking around.
|The Windows 8 keyboard speaks your language. On new, touch-enabled PCs, the keyboard|
layout automatically adjusts to the language you choose for Windows, so your language
settings apply to the whole PC rather than just certain apps. Whether you want to type
and click, swipe and tap, or do a combination of both, you can navigate and work easily
and efficiently in the language of your choice with Windows 8.