A Computex news deluge
Subject: General Tech | June 6, 2008 - 08:58 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Albatron felt brave enough to show off a monitor and driver that isn't quite ready for prime time, but will be great when it is. Windows 7 will introduce multi-touch input, a la iTouch and iPhone, allowing much better control over what you are doing on a touch screen. Albatron's R&D team didn't feel like waiting, so they created a driver that will allow their 22", 1650 x 1080 display to accept multi-touch on Vista. TweakTown was there with a camera, check out what they saw.
""If you recall a movie called “Minority Report”, this tech will blow you away. In the upcoming Windows 7 operating system,
Microsoft will introduce multi-touch finally that basically allows multiple input detection where as XP and Vista is still single.
Albatron had a special driver made for Vista which allows multi-touch and while it is nowhere near fine tuned at this stage, it
does work surprisingly well even now."
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