“Sharp today revealed a prototype touchscreen display it believes could solve many of the inherent limitations of current models. The current example uses the same 3.5-inch size and 320×480 resolution of the iPhone’s Balda-made display but builds optical sensors directly into the LCD surface, detecting changes by the pixel. Input is sensitive enough to allow complex multi-touch gestures such as an iPhone-like ‘pinch,’ but can also perform scanning functions; a future device could include a business card reader tool or automatically scan data codes found on packaging, Sharp says,” Electronista reports.
“Future developments should see the screen expand up to 12.1 inches,” Electronista reports.
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Who wouldn’t want to see a Mac multi-touch iTablet?