Our siblings-in-tech over at Gizmodo take a look at Windows 7's new multitouch capabilities, and from the look of things, it's on the right track.Granted, there's not a lot to see in this initial video, but the responsiveness looks good and the onscreen keyboard is quite fetching. We know that not all that many people actually own and use a touchscreen PC (in the video you're looking at an HP TouchSmart), but who knows—this kind of more advanced functionality may be just want the touchscreen needs to take off. Head over to the Gizmodo post for a more detailed look at how the multitouch features work.
Windows 7 Multitouch: So Far, So Good
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