New technologies threaten to render pointing and clicking obsolete. Here's our pick of the alternatives to the computer mouse.
The humble computer mouse celebrated is 40th birthday in December, but if you thought the PC controller was here to stay, then you'd better think again.
New touchscreen and voice recognition technologies that are being released could end up making the humble mouse obsolete. Here's our round-up of the products that are vying for the mouse's crown.
HP Touchsmart IQ816
The touch interface on the this HP PC allows you to flick through photos, download an egg-timer app, or play chess with your fingers. Features 25.5in wall mountable screen and Blu-ray player.
During a hands-on test with the Palm Pre, we found that the screen responded quickly to any input, such as flicking a photo or ending a call. It also features the new Palm webOS.
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