According to Digitimes, Taiwanese display maker Wintek has confirmed it's working on touchscreens for new Apple products, with one of these headed for a netbook during the summer.
Reports go on to suggest Quanta Computer will be building the machine for Apple. Exact sizes and specs are unsurprisingly unavailable, although the chances are this will come lacking an optical drive and obviously come packing multitouch.
Apple has previously proved reticent when it comes to cheap laptops, despite admitting to having 'some interesting ideas in that area'. For our money this will be more in line with the pricey Sony Vaio P series than the Acer Aspire One.
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Apple touchscreen netbook
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