Computex 2009: First day highlights from Asia's la...
Windows 7: Close Enough to Touch
On Tuesday, Microsoft announced it will ship Windows 7 to customers worldwide on October 22. At the same time it will offer an upgrade service called the Windows Upgrade Option to current Windows users. More details about that program will be revealed during a keynote by Microsoft Corporate Vice President Steve Guggenheimer at Computex in Taipei Wednesday. A slew of touchscreen computers running beta versions of Windows 7 are on display at Computex, including MSI's AE2201 all-in-one PC (pictured). Visit our [[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/blogs/id,56/today_pc_world.html|news blog|PCW news blog]] for more details as they emerge.
-- Elizabeth Montalbano
Computex 2009: First day highlights from Asia's largest tech show