Dell SX2210T Multi-Touch LCD Monitor with Webcam

A standalone touch screen monitor has been on every geek’s wish list, but how about a multi-touch monitor?! The Dell SX2210T is sexy, multi-touch and affordable. This is a 1920 x 1080 21.5-inch panel, with HDMI and DVI inputs along with an integrated two megapixel (2Mp) webcam and microphone. It has a 1,000:1 contrast ratio and 2ms response time.

The Dell SX2210T has touch and multitouch features like panning, zooming, flicking, scrolling, etc. which come to life on a Windows 7 system. You can use either your finger(s) or a stylus to operate the touch screen features. Many of the touch features are customizable and many of those options can be accessed from the monitor’s control panel.

Unfortunatlely, not all of the touch screen options work with all versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7, so pay attention to those details in the product specs before you shell out for what otherwise looks like a beautiful monitor.

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Price: $399.00
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)

Apple’s Magic Mouse features multi-touch surface, single button, and Bluetooth wireless

One of the new, notable items that Apple released this week is the Magic Mouse, the first multi-touch mouse. The Magic Mouse will come standard with new iMacs, but you can get one for your existing Mac for $69.

The multi-touch surface covers the whole Magic Mouse, just one smooth surface that can sense things like swipes, scrolls, etc from your fingers. The entire mouse is a button. It can also tell when your hand is just resting on the mouse.

The included software lets you re-assign gestures, and assign handedness. Magic Mouse is wireless Bluetooth and has a 33ft range.

You can see a video of the Magic Mouse in action at Apple’s website.

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