Windows 7 multi-touch/multitouch capabilities: Hands-on video demonstration

We have all heard about the touch and multi-touch/multitouch capabilities that are built into Windows 7 but have you seen them in action?



Windows 7 multi-touch/multitouch capabilities: Hands-on video demonstration




I have, many times already and today I want to share one video that illustrates Windows 7 touch and multi-touch/multitouch capabilities. The following demonstration was done on a Dell Latitude XT Tablet PC that has Windows 7 installed. By the way, if you are interested in designing or developing multi-touch/multitouch hardware solutions for Windows 7, you can download the official Microsoft white paper from the link that I have provided earlier. In the meantime, enjoy the following video. :)

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1 comments:

Jessen said...

Yes! We're moving forward the future.

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