ASUS wants to replace your laptop’s touchpad with a screen — and I’m conflicted


ASUS wants to replace your laptop’s touchpad with a screen — and I’m conflicted
Some big news here: ASUS – the Taiwanese tech company – has announced a new laptop. “Oh,” I hear you say, “I appreciate the update, but, Callum, why should I care about that?” Good point, buddy. There’s something about the tech industry’s constant updates that feels like the equivalent of someone following you down the street, and yelling acronyms and numbers at you. Yes, it might be an interesting for a little bit, but soon you’ll be just wishing it would stop, asking god why you’ve been cursed in this way. But, and this is why you should be interested, with the new…

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