you have a fingerprint magnet, that did things a mouse could have for $1200 less. and you see how far you have to reach to get to the top. and why the keyboard? seems clumsy to have to slide it out of the way.
i can see installing it into the wall with voice activation, make my own enterprise bridge or console, but beyond that, it's a bit silly. i`ll wait for the holographic version where i have to keep my arms in the air the whole time.
Monday, November 28, 2011 2:56:10 AM
So I have to reach across my table to choose a menu bar and make a sweeping motion to get rid of a calendar, not to mention the fact that it limits what I can put on my desk while I am working?
Doesn't work for me, I prefer two monitors. At that price, I could have three monitors.
Monday, November 28, 2011 12:27:11 AM
"What can you do on a table-sized touchscreen surface that you couldn't do on an ordinary computer?"
A couple spring to mind.. Table sized interactive surface for illustrators, (if it`s accurate enough) A virtual full size mixing desk for producers/musicians, eliminating the need for another monitor in many cases.. Not to mention all the plug ins that could be altered at your fingertip without obscuring the screen with them..