Last week we shared a demo video of Thinix Touch 6 that looked pretty impressive. The application sits on top of WIndows, making it easier to get by without a keyboard, mouse or pen. Thinix Touch is generally white labeled and bundled with some touchscreen PCs, such as HP’s TouchSmart all-in-ones. Thinix is now available as a standalone package that can be installed on any Windows device to improve the touch experience.
There’s a trial version of Thinix Touch 6 available so you can try before you buy. If you like what you see you can buy a personal license for $49.99. One year of service and support brings the price up to $99.99 for home users and $199.99 for businesses.
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