With touchscreens being such a major feature supported in Windows 8 you would expect a fair number of the latest laptops to feature such screens. With their overall price in the past, it would be safe to assume that most of the early models would be in the premium laptops but ASUS has decided to focus on a new more affordable lineup under the VivoBook name. At just $700, the pricing on this ultrabook is not that much different than others without a touchscreen. Did the company sacrifice other features to keep the price down? Find out in my review of the ASUS VivoBook S400CA-DH51T ultrabook.