At CES in the Touch Revolution Booth in South Hall is Nanonation & Frank Mayer multitouch demonstration.
Frank Mayer & Associates Inc. has joined forces with Touch Revolution and Nanonation to announce the launch of a retail multitouch demonstration, according to the company's press release. The technology features the latest smart phone and tablet device multitouch applications available for retail environments.
The multitouch demonstration consists of a floor-standing kiosk featuring a dual multitouch screen sketch-book concept.
Users view content by swiping their fingers on the screen to page through a variety of information. The application will be showcased Jan. 6-9 in the Touch Revolution Booth 21755 in the South Hall at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
One very nice looking 21.5" multitouch all-in-one from Dell.
Well, it took a bit longer than we anticipated for Dell's glorious 21.5-inch multitouch ST2220T monitor with an IPS panel to roll into e-tailers -- last we had heard it was planned for late Fall 2010 -- but we promise you, this one is better late than never. The 1920 x 1080-resolution display is finally available through both Dell and LogicBuy, and if you're anything like us, just a glance at the picture above has you figuring out just how quickly you can get together $310 (there's a $20 discount now and free shipping from LogicBuy).
Naturally, the IPS display is said to provide extra wide viewing angles, but perhaps even more enticing is the monitor's A-frame stand, which tilts the screen forward, backward and even flat. Put that all together with its infrared multitouch and you've got a larger than life tablet for gaming and watching Netflix. So, you blowing some of that Christmas cash or what?
Video demonstrating the multi-touch capabilities of Ubuntu. It's attached below if you're curious what the new Unity Netbook UI is looking like these days. This is running on Dell Streak.
|Hyundai IT shows off 70-inch multitouch table concept|
There's not a ton of details on this one just yet, but Hyundai IT is reportedly showing off this 70-inch multitouch table at at the Korea Electronics Show this week -- in concept form, at least. While there's no specs -- apart from the fact that it's "HD" -- Hyundai is apparently saying that you'd be able to use the display either as a Surface-like multitouch table or as a TV, although it's not clear if that means it actually tilts up. Contrary to appearances, however, the table apparently doesn't function as a phone. Here's hoping Hyundai will actually show it off in action once the show gets underway.