Touch and go: 11 new Windows 8 input devices tested

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Next-gen input devices for a next-gen OS

While there’s a lot more going on under hood, touch control is the singular Windows 8 feature that fundamentally changes how you interact with your notebook, tablet, or desktop PC.

The change in experience is almost as significant as the transition from relying on keyboard combinations to sliding a mouse around your desk. These days, you can control your device with a finger swipe or gesture as easily as you can by pressing buttons on a mouse or keyboard.

Those familiar devices aren’t necessarily going away, but they are evolving to leverage the new Windows user interface.

Here's our take on 11 new products.

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