Planar Touchscreens for Windows 7
Microsoft Windows 7 is the rage these days. It was specifically designed to support touchscreen features such as flicking to advance the page and go back, resizing windows, tap and drag, right click, back, forward, zoom and rotate. There's also a native on-screen keyboard embedded into the operating system. Windows 7 also supports multi-touch, but you must have hardware, such as Planar's PX2230MW, to support it. Cnet has done a great video - only 3 minutes - that go into these features in more detail.