|21-08-2012, 02:30 AM||#1|
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[Techreport.com] Hands-on with Synaptics' next-generation mobile input devices
A few weeks ago, Synaptics invited us down to Santa Clara, California, to check out its latest mobile computer input devices. How could we say no? Touchpads, touchscreens, and keyboards may not be as sexy as some components, but they're the only tactile connections we have to the computing devices that are increasingly at our side or within arm's reach. These physical inputs are fundamental parts of the user experience, and they often don't get the attention they deserve.
As I sat at the airport gate editing another article, I couldn't help but look down at my laptop and laugh. My trusty 11.6" ultraportable is coming up on three years old, and she cost me just $550 new. An SSD upgrade has kept performance sufficiently snappy, and battery life is still great, but the inputs ...
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