Windows 7 Is Touchy-Feely
“The company has long been a proponent of tablet PCs and touch input in Windows Mobile but has typically only provided control through a single point of contact and has largely designed its interfaces around a stylus rather than fingers. The Windows developer gave its first signs of a change in approach with the introduction of its Surface table, which relies on a series of hidden camera sensors to recognize several points at once as well as inanimate objects with embedded tags. A related technology has also been demonstrated in a notebook prototype but is not confirmed for shipping computers.”
We're expecting a large increase of interest in touch-screen monitors around the time of the release of Windows 7, and a marked drop in the interest in finger foods. Invest wisely.