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Microsoft to acquire multi-touch company Perceptive Pixel

Microsoft has announced that they will be acquiring Perceptive Pixel Inc., a large-scale multi-touch hardware and software developer. PPI will no doubt help to bolster Microsoft’s touch ambitions in Windows 8 and beyond as the company has received several accolades…

The All-Purpose All-In-One: HP TouchSmart 520 Review

HP supplied us with their TouchSmart model 520-1070 which they described as the star of their current all-in-one lineup that features a lighter, thinner design and an upgraded version of HP’s Magic Canvas software.

The 23-inch multi-touch AIO is powered by a 2nd generation Intel Core i7-2600S processor clocked at 2.8GHz, 8GB of DDR3 system memory, a 2TB Western Digital Caviar Green hard drive, Radeon HD 6450A graphics and Beats Audio. Additional perks include a built-in TV tuner and HDMI-in, essentially transforming the 520 into a venerable entertainment / gaming station.

Logitech announces Wireless Touchpad for Windows 7 PCs

Taking a page from Apple, which last year released the Magic Trackpad, Logitech today announced its own version of the mouse companion (or replacement) designed to add multi-touch capabilities to Windows 7-based PCs. Dubbed Wireless Touchpad, the device offers 5…

Touch Mouse 3-Way Roundup

Today we'll be looking at three mice that aren’t necessarily as high-end or feature-packed as some we have previously tested.

These wireless mice are smaller and simpler in what they entail, yet they all feature one distinct characteristic – touch sensitivity. Meet the contenders: Microsoft’s Arc Touch, Mad Catz's Eclipse touchmouse, and SpeedLink’s Cue Wireless Multitouch.