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Kobo Unveils Touch Screen E-Reader for $130

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on May 24th, 2011

Kobo Inc. has unveiled their latest Reader Touch Edition with a 6-inch “Real Touch” E Ink touchscreen display with 16 shades of grey, Wi-Fi connectivity and access to over 2.3 million books, newspapers and magazines, including over a million free titles. You’ll be reading forever.

They claim that the device is the first international E-reader with six built-in languages- English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Dutch. The device features just one home button and no keyboard, so it’s all touch. You can pre-order it from Indigo, Best Buy, Wal-Mart and Borders for $129.99 and it is shipping on June 19th.

Pocketbook announces color touch screen Android e-reader

Posted in ebooks by Conner Flynn on August 22nd, 2010

PocketBook has announced five new models that will be released at IFA in September. They include a pair of entry-level ProBook 602 and 902 models, and the ProBook 603 and 903 premium models. The 60x designated models feature 6-inch screens, while the 90x models have a bigger 9.7-inch screen.

All models have 2GB of internal storage, a Linux-based OS, and WiFi and Bluetooth. The higher-end versions also have 3G connectivity and a Wacom touchscreen. The “entertainment model” PocketBook IQ will be available in three case color options, with a 7-inch TFT color touchscreen, WiFi, Bluetooth, and Android 2.0.

Kenneth Cole Touch Screen watches

Posted in Watches by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2010

The new touch screen watch collection from Kenneth Cole claims to be the first touch screen watch for the fashion market. So pay attention fashionistas. Some features include a 32 city world time function, electro luminescent back light, stainless steel construction, water resistance and chronograph technology.

These watches come in three different styles ranging from $125 to $175. The Kenneth Cole watches are available directly from the Kenneth Cole website or Macy’s and Dillards.

Porta System’s Touch1600 with Touch Screen DVR

Posted in DVR by Conner Flynn on August 19th, 2009

Porta System’s Touch1600 with Touch Screen DVRHere’s a first. The Touch1600 DVR from Porta System is the first security system of its kind that features a 17″ touchscreen display. It comes in your choice of 500GB or 1TB storage capacities. The network-enabled system features remote access support, camera motion detection and object movement detection.

A touchscreen on this kind of device is pretty useful since you will want the freedom to playback video in a variety of ways, anytime you want. We don’t have any info on price just yet, but we have our fingers crossed that you won’t be paying a super premium for that touch screen.

CMU touch screen with inflatable buttons

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on July 20th, 2009

CMU touch screen with inflatable buttonsSome people like touchscreens, some not so much. Well, very soon we may just be able to please everybody thanks to this CMU touch screen technology. It sports temporary buttons that pop out(up?) and inflate when you need them. When you don’t they deflate and you once again have a flat surface.

So, very soon everyone can be happy using the same device. For instance, how about a switch that will help users toggle between a button mode and a full touch mode? This may be in your future phone.

HP shows off new all-in-one TouchSmart IQ800 PCs

Posted in HP by Shane McGlaun on September 16th, 2008

HP TouchSmart IQ800Some say that the days of the familiar computer mouse are numbered and in the future navigation on computers will be done via touch screens or other input methods. Touch sensitive devices are coming in all sorts of electronic products today from PCs to cell phones and more.

HP announced a new line of touch screen PCs called the TouchSmart IQ800 series today. The system uses an all-in-one design with a 25.5-inch screen that allows users to control the system with a finger. The line of computers offers features like integrated Blu-ray players, color changing lighting that shines on the keyboard, and a HP MediaBay for extra storage.

Tangent Evergreen 17 touch screen computer for the green brigade

Posted in Computers by Shane McGlaun on August 27th, 2008

Tangent Evergreen 17Many computer makers and experts believe that the future of computing will be touch screen devices. Some even feel that the mouse is the bottleneck for input to our current PCs. Several PC makers, including HP and other major PC firms, are already offering touch screen computers.

Tangent announced its new all-in-one touch screen computer called the Evergreen 17. The system uses a 17-inch touch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 1024. The computer uses a VIA Eden 1GHz fan-less processor, but can be optioned with a VIA C7 at 1.5GHz using a low-noise fan. Storage can be up to 160GB with a traditional HDD.

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TouchTable Sic Bo brings the casino to you

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on August 7th, 2008

TouchTable Sic Bo brings the casino to you
If you like the excitement of the casino but don’t want to travel, then you’ll find the TouchTable Sic Bo pretty interesting. It’s essentially a large touchscreen table that plays games. Don’t worry about spilling your drink, since the table is even drink proof. Up to 4 players can get in on the game and the graphics are said to be very high-resolution. Another feature is a live dice shaker. And of course it will keep track of all the money that your friends have won and you have lost. Don’t be worried about it matching your decor as it is available in various attractive colors.

Touch Screen Audi & BMW cell phones

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on June 5th, 2008

Touch Screen Audi & BMW cell phones
We loved the Ferrari cell phone and we knew that it was just a matter of time until more cars joined in on the fun. If you’re not the Ferrari type, or just need a new car to use as a cell phone, you might want to try an Audi or even a BMW.

You’re gonna look silly talking on it, that’s a given, but if you’re brave enough to buy it, you’re probably brave enough to use it in public. You can get the Audi in white and the BMW in black. Both sport touch screens, a 1.3 megapixel camera, MP3 player, 3GP and Mp4 support, Bluetooth and 1GB of memory. They’ll cost you $160 each and unlike the real deal are electric powered. Try not to get caught playing with them on your desk.

Cobalt: The 21st century pocket watch

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on May 29th, 2008

Cobalt: The 21st century pocket watch
Pocket watches have always been a symbol of status and style. Despite that fact, in today’s world it takes a very confident man to sport one, because it’s a very fine line between looking cool and looking like an dandy. The Cobalt brings it into the now, sporting a round OLED touch screen to easily interact with it’s features.

All it takes is moving your thumb left, right, up or down. The screen shows the time, date, temperature, voicemail, email and text. It’s also extremely customizable and easily changed depending on your needs. There’s also a secret compartment for things like keys. Does it make the pocket watch less dorky? I don’t know, but it should go with frilly shirts and top hats…That also have touchscreens.