Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

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Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

Post by ~ufo~ » 15 Jan 2019 09:37

Not as much development as would like to have seen, but some interesting products:

Lapscreen:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxatPlo ... gs=pl%2Cwn

LG IN-touch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyz4Q4E ... gs=pl%2Cwn

Lenovo Yoga Book:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n47TyKs ... gs=pl%2Cwn

Lenovo Yoga AIO: (surface studio competitor)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-QTGw- ... gs=pl%2Cwn

Vinpok split:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B521pmt ... gs=pl%2Cwn

Did I miss anything?
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Re: Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

Post by DT_bettinzana » 21 Jan 2019 21:12

For sure you missed something :D

They seem interesting, but not so interesting for us audio-tech, compared to what we already have, in my opinion.

I very like this news from CES: www.nemeio.com
For me they are infringing some patents (Fairlight Xynergi and, probably, Studer Vistonics), but I like it. Coupled with a medium size touch-area it would be my dream compact mixing/editing control surface.
Unfortunately, I am still convinced that I would receive a legal letter from Blackmagic Design (now owner of Fairlight) if I would design and market something like this.
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Re: Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

Post by ~ufo~ » 29 May 2019 10:41

Soooooo.... this laptop pretty much does what I've been hoping for:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtmDi_4YJoQ&frags=wn
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Re: Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

Post by DT_bettinzana » 29 May 2019 14:52

~ufo~ wrote:
29 May 2019 10:41
Soooooo.... this laptop pretty much does what I've been hoping for:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QtmDi_4YJoQ&frags=wn
It's definitely nice!
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Re: Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

Post by ~ufo~ » 29 May 2019 22:49

To be clear, this is what I would hope for as a 27" setup, but it's pretty cool that they turned almost exactly the setup I have in mind into a laptop.

Maybe they'll consider turning it into a 27" AIO system or creating standalone versions of the ultrawide touchscreen slab if it's successful.

I maintain that an ultra wide touch screen slab on the desk in combination with or as a replacement of keyboard and trackpad, could be extremely useful to AV creators.

It's cool to finally see a major company experimenting with that idea. It's also cool to see many reviewers so enthusiastic about it.
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Re: Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

Post by DT_bettinzana » 30 May 2019 09:14

~ufo~ wrote:
29 May 2019 22:49
To be clear, this is what I would hope for as a 27" setup, but it's pretty cool that they turned almost exactly the setup I have in mind into a laptop.

Maybe they'll consider turning it into a 27" AIO system or creating standalone versions of the ultrawide touchscreen slab if it's successful.

I maintain that an ultra wide touch screen slab on the desk in combination with or as a replacement of keyboard and trackpad, could be extremely useful to AV creators.

It's cool to finally see a major company experimenting with that idea. It's also cool to see many reviewers so enthusiastic about it.
I like the idea of an ultrawide display slab and I can say that there are available screens with that form factor in the digital-signage market, but, at the end, why is it better than an inexpensive iPad?
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Re: Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

Post by ~ufo~ » 30 May 2019 11:44

Yes, I suppose two or three ipads could work.

The advantage to a single ultrawide screen would be that it's a seamless screen, that can line up seamlessly with the main touch screen.
Also, I would speculate that touch screen is probably quicker to respond than an iPad system???

I've seen those stretched displays in the digital signage niche, but they seem expensive, clunky (so not possible or difficult to get in the right position and they are usually also computers, not just displays, so I speculate again that they may have more lag than just a touch screen?
You can probably tell me if that prejudice resembles reality ;)

Still, if this laptop becomes popular, it might pave the way for people making stand alone input devices like that for the desktop market..
I'd obviously be interested :)
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Re: Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

Post by DT_bettinzana » 01 Jun 2019 16:46

~ufo~ wrote:
30 May 2019 11:44
The advantage to a single ultrawide screen would be that it's a seamless screen, that can line up seamlessly with the main touch screen.
Yes, that is true.
~ufo~ wrote:
30 May 2019 11:44
Also, I would speculate that touch screen is probably quicker to respond than an iPad system???
I don't think so. For me they should be the same or with negligible differences.
~ufo~ wrote:
30 May 2019 11:44
I've seen those stretched displays in the digital signage niche, but they seem expensive, clunky (so not possible or difficult to get in the right position and they are usually also computers, not just displays, so I speculate again that they may have more lag than just a touch screen?
You can probably tell me if that prejudice resembles reality ;)
I have seen displays, not AIO computers. The aren't usually available on the end-users market, but they are available to OEM.
~ufo~ wrote:
30 May 2019 11:44
Still, if this laptop becomes popular, it might pave the way for people making stand alone input devices like that for the desktop market..
I'd obviously be interested :)
Me too.
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Re: Interesting touchscreen tech at CES 2019

Post by melph » 03 Nov 2019 14:07

Seems an Australian company Sonder had this concept years ago (YouTube videos going back 4 years). It is an e ink keyboard.

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