Stantum Dell tablet prototype (2010)
This device was actually a prototype tablet built by French multitouch technology company Stantum. The company started with a stock Dell Mini 10 Netbook, deconstructed it, removing the screen and keyboard, and rebuilt it with a resistive touch screen -- all to demo its touch-display capabilities.
Most impressive is the fact that this display could handle up to 10 simultaneous inputs. We put it to the test in a paint program, by dragging all our fingers across the screen at once, turning each one into an independent paintbrush.
June 19, 2012 11:16 AM PDT
Photo by: CNET/Sarah Tew
| Caption by: Dan Ackerman
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