I was wandering through Best Buy today to pick up a USB keyboard for my MacBook, when I saw this new HP machine. It's sort of like an iMac; an all in one machine with a big fat base containing all the hardware and a big screen mounted on top. Not the prettiest thing, but the screen was nice. Then I realized the screen was a touch screen. I tried using it with my hands, and it was actually pretty cool. But when I played a game of minesweeper, I realized the problem. My fingers were fatter than some of the buttons I was supposed to press, and it was hard to determine where under my finger the mouse would click. I managed to beat Minesweeper anyway (only ten minutes), but had a hard time closing the window, lol. Then I realized that Leopard's resolution-independent interface is PERFECT for such a product, allowing for buttons and menus to be larger to accomodate fingers without requiring a lower-resolution screen. Tablet or Multitouch iMac anyone?