Windows 8 with its new touch interface arrived in 2012, it had a
variety of innovative devices in tow, that has been growing
steadily. By now, it appears that almost
every thinkable way of building a computer around a touchscreen has
been tried. Many of these devices have been optimized for mobility and
thus contain power efficient but low-performing ingredients like
Intel's Atom CPU and ImgTec's PowerVR GPU. Fortunately, YASARA has
always been optimized to squeeze the highest performance out of any
hardware, so this is not a show-stopper at all.
Watch the video on the right, which shows
YASARA running on the Atom/ PowerVR based Samsung
ATIV Smart PC, including interactive molecular dynamics simulations and
docking. The video also gives detailed YASARA usage instructions for
Windows 8 touch screens.
If you plan to buy a Windows 8 gadget,
check Amazon's customer feedback
section first. Since most devices are brand new, you may still
encounter a few teething problems, which break the rule that paying
more money gives you better hardware.
image above shows Samsung's ATIV Smart PC 500T running YASARA. The
screen is actually a tablet that can be detached from the keyboard.
Watch the video below for more details.
This demo video shows you how
to get in touch with YASARA on Windows 8 tablets. It demonstrates
YASARA's touch user interface, molecular graphics, interactive
molecular dynamics simulations, and finally some docking