Terry wants to create a touchscreen gaming table. Leo says that Microsoft's idea with the Surface table was similar to that. But they were mostly for industrial and casino uses. Hardware is easy, but the difficulty always comes in the software.
Jane wants to know if there's a website where she can input what she wants in a computer for gaming and get a recommendation. Leo says that kind of exists, and she can find it at The Wirecutter. She can find out what they say is the best for her needs.
Michael wants to get a Dell Inspiron 14 7000 Series Windows 8 laptop, but he doesn't really need a touchscreen. Leo says to get it anyway. It doesn't cost him any more and it's what Windows 8 is really designed for.