Their tipster claims to have been using the device, priced at $69, on his Mac running Snow Leopard with no problems. No mention of whether he’s tried it on Windows 7 (I’m guessing not), but it’s got the Windows compatibility label. There’s also mention that, aside from being a really big version of a Macbook multi-touch trackpad, it offers customized application-specific gestures. I’m thinking of two-finger rotation for volume control.
Now that I think of it, I was expecting something like this for Mac back when multi-touch was announced for the Macbook trackpads. I guess the Wacom guys were just waiting for the bigger Windows PC market to catch up. I might have to get me one. Check out Engadget for more photos.
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