Windows® 7 Multi Touch Capabilities
Windows 7 has built-in support for multi-touch capabilities and is soon going to make this screen-based system much more mainstream. The user can access the screen by simply pressing it. Just press the screen and it will display Simple Tap interface. Using your finger, access the screen is the simple way of doing things.
Tablet PCs and HP is the line of TouchSmart desktops that marks the beginning for touch. Something new is introduced in both Windows 7 and Lenovo custom software. In Windows 7, the software is Lenovo specific. Lenovo ThinkPad T400s with a multi-touch screen and Windows 7 found to be form good combination. Touch interface on Lenovo provides you with the control of the basic hardware and turning on or off the speaker, microphone etc would be far more easier.
Lenovo states that now it would be possible for the companies to create their own “touch icons and applications”. Instead of seeing the traditional cursor, the symbol like a drop of the water would appear on the screen and the user can navigate through the system simply by dragging the finger within the window. And, to move on to the next page you just require to press the link to move on to the next page. All these features can be accessed with the single press on the screen and they function mostly the same as they function on the earlier HP TouchSmart.
But the most capturing features are those that use multi-touch is by dragging two fingers apart, you can change the size and display of the icons in an Internet Explorer window. Some touch based games such as Blackboard, Rebound and Garden have also been introduced in it.
Though touch screen features are intuitive but they can't be a substitute for a mouse and the keyboard in many cases. Many other multi-touch laptops are going to be out soon, including HP's TouchSmart TX2 Notebook PC and the Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 Tablet PC, as well as well-reviewed Lenovo ThinkPad X200.
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