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Old 22-10-2008
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Ten-finger multitouch coming to mobiles

In case the two-finger multitouch seen on the new Macbook Pro and Fujitsu's upcoming notebook wasn't enough for you, French tech company Stantum recently showed off a ten-finger technology that it's calling “true multitouch.”On Stantum's 15.4-inch screen, you can use as many points as you want to control the screen. Judging by the smears in the picture, a lot of people found that appealing and took advantage of their chance to feel the new technology up.



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Looks like Apple's iPhone ain't that hot any more if Stantum has their way, featuring ten-finger multitouch technology that allows you to use virtually all your digits simultaneously, opening up doors to virtually unlimited gestures and controls via the touch screen display
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I just can't wait to see what are the more practical applications that can be worked out with multi-touch like this, but it will require a much steeper learning curve compared to the iPhone when it comes to mastering all the possible gestures.
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