Our friends from RedFerret have tested Nokia’s latest feedback touch-screen and they say that it’s good. Nokia’s new tech gives users the sensation of pressing a physical touch/button when interacting with the display. Here is their first impression:
“One thing I can say is that this is the first technology I’ve seen and played with which could genuinely revolutionise the use of handheld devices in general. The ability to touch type at reasonable speeds on a touchscreen is something which every phone, PDA and handheld computer manufacturer would give their right arm for, and it looks as though the technology is about to reach the marketplace with a bang. I can’t wait.” Go to RedFerret for more details.
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