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Old May 14, 2008, 04:14 PM   #1
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A Touch of Genius




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Description:: If you think today's touchscreens are impressive, you ain't felt nothing yet.

For the past couple of decades, using remote controls to move little arrows and click on strange symbols was a natural way to control computers and other electronic devices. Then along came the iPhone, and suddenly dragging objects around with a fingertip and making things grow or shrink with a gesture made mice and icons seem so 20th century.

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I wonder why Apple hasn't made a touchpad for these iMacs and Mini's.

I would buy one in a nano-second.
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