Microsoft's New Multitouch Screen Keyboard

"Microsoft have come up with a rather snazzy concept for a touch screen keyboard."

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Multitouch Screen Keyboard

Microsoft's Multitouch screen keyboardMicrosoft are at it again - they have developed a multi touch screen keyboard. Although, it's not like the ones we've seen over the past few years. The previous prototypes have always been useless for people who touch type, they have no physical reference for users to use, therefore they have to look at the keyboard to type quickly.
The patent for Microsoft's latest design however, is quite different. It uses multitouch technology to align the keys to the position of the user's hands automatically. They keys will then always be in the same relative position to your fingers, meaning there is a point of reference and users don't need to look at the keyboard to type quickly. Microsoft also say that the keyboard will appear wherever your hands are, just touch the screen and type - simple as that.
This is the kind of technology that really gets me excited, true innovation and something that can be useful in everyday life!
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20-09-2009, 13:27:49

Hi everyone. i have been nosing around this forum for a while and I thought I should sign up now I have finally built my 1st PC. I will probably be picking brains on overclocking

my rig is as follows
Asus P6T deluxe V2 Mobo
Core i7 920
Scythe mugen 2 HSF
12GB of or Corsair Ram @ 1333Mhz
Corsair HX750 PSU
EVGA GTx 275 Sc Graphics card
Sits in a coolerMaster HAF 932 with 11 fans

No operating system as yet, as i am gonna wait for Windows 7

I saw a thread where some was asking if there was a Ram junkie with 12Gb of RAM with a 920, so i am gonna pop over there

20-09-2009, 13:28:31

haha, welcome m8

20-09-2009, 13:54:48

Hi and welcome

20-09-2009, 14:51:59

Welcome to paradise dude - you are among fellow nutters

20-09-2009, 15:31:35


20-09-2009, 16:00:21

nice 1st build as well. Watcha Matey :wavey:

20-09-2009, 16:24:13


Welcome to paradise dude - you are among fellow nutters

Cheerz mate (and to all the other), sounds like i am gonna fit right in
i will post some pics of my rig once I break the 5 post mark

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