Notebooks were never designed for you to go touching the screen, and trying to retrofit touchscreen technology onto them will need more innovative thinking than just replacing the panel.
on 04/04/2012 – Made popular on 04/04/2012
Against first impressions that touch notebooks would not catch on with customers, Microsoft has proved first impression to be wrong. Sales of touch enabled notebooks rose from 10% of sales at the start of the year to 30% in August.
The August share increase was due to "a good number of under-$500 Win 8 touch notebooks.
Hi all, I've readr that replacing a touchscreen on the TF300T can involve flashing, now, here's my problem.
I got a ME301T with a brocken touchscreen, ordered what was labeled as a new one.
Seems I got what looks like a TF300T touchscreen (it has an arrow at the bottom, pointing at the dock connector the ME301T doesn't have).
Any chance I can flash the touchscreen daughter board with a firmware