We’ve seen the power of multi-touch displays thanks to the iPhone and iPod touch, and Brando wants to get a piece of the action as well with their new USB Multi-Touch Smart Pad. Apart from being such a device, it also doubles up as a numeric keypad for those budding accountants. It supports up to three fingers where multi-touch is concerned, and supports the Windows operating system. Expect to fork out $40 for the USB Multi-Touch Smart Pad.
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