Microsoft will be putting Multi-touch into Windows 7, but you’ll need a monitor equipped to handle it right? Albatron looks like they may be first out the gate with a desktop monitor to do the trick, with a 22 inch (1680 x 1050) monitor. Albatron uses a sensor on each side of the screen and says that the cost will only be 20% more than a non-multi-touch monitor.
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