North Face E-Tip Gloves are Tech Friendly

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Here’s a new one: The North Face has released a new pair of gloves that play nice with your touch-enabled mobile gadgets.   The gloves feature special pads of X-Static material on the index finger and thumbs.   No matter how cold it gets, you’ll still be able to answer your phone or browse your mobile music library.   The E-Tip gloves can be purchased for $40.

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  1. Joe

    10/28/2008 at 8:12 pm

    I assume that because this works through static material, that its best designed for capacitive touch? (Since with resistive touch you can use a stylus or just lots of pressure too.)

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