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  2009/10/23 ─ Windows7 Launch Campaign, Taipei, Taiwan  
  2009/11/03 – 2009/11/07 ─ China International Industry Fair 2009, Shanghai, China
  2009/11/04 ─ Microsoft CEO Visit , Taipei, Taiwan
 
  Single Touch Gesture Windows® XP and Vista  
   
  The supported gesture symbols
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  The supported gesture symbols
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  The supported gesture symbols
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  The supported gesture symbols
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  Dual Touch Gesture
Windows® XP and Vista
 
   
   
  The supported gesture symbols
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  The supported gesture symbols
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  The supported gesture symbols
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  Flick Gestures
Windows® Vista
 
 

Windows Vista includes a set of eight basic flick gestures. Flicks are quick, linear pen movements associated with scrolling actions and commands.

 
  The flicks feature provides the user with a new way of interacting with the Tablet PC by allowing common actions to be performed by making quick gestures with the pen. Flicks coexist with, and do not disrupt, normal user actions such as left and right taps, scrolling, and inking....
 
   
   
 
  Getac Multi-touch Tech
Windows® 7
 
 

User-machine interface technology has significantly evolved in recent years. The original command-line interface has been replaced by the graphical user interface (GUI) for a long time. The most recent trend is what is called the "natural user interface", which combines a familiar graphics-based software appearance with innovative new methods of user interaction. Instead of typical mouse and keyboards that can be cumbersome and impractical in many application environments, the natural user interface uses an intuitive touch-screen method of direct interaction with software applications. Multi-touch is the latest development in touch-screen technology that uses special software that recognizes multiple simultaneous touch points, allowing users to execute complex operations via the touch panel (or touchpad) with simple gestures or using more than one finger at a time.