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USB Fingerprint Scanner - CES 2010

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by , 01-08-2010 at 03:35 PM (2518 Views)

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Egis Tech makes this small and cheap device that allows you to control your computer via hand gesture. It looks like a miniature remote control with a few buttons, but also has an accelerometer built in. This product is targeted towards anyone who gives frequent presentations and wants to control their desktop at a distance. We tested it out and found it to be fairly easy to use. This product will be available for purchase within the next few months.

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You need a browser plugin that will play MP4 video.
Quicktime will handle it, but I hate Quicktime.

I have a hard time watching it because it's got Rob's bug in the frame most of the time.
Anyone else having trouble viewing this video? Sounds comes through fine...

Edit: It works on youtube but not here.

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Lilliput is most excited to present their new USB-powered 8" and 10.1" touchscreens. They provide data, touch and power over a single cable. The 8" display generally requires only one cable for power for most computers. The 10.1" monitor is 1024x576 dots and requires extra power because of its size. These monitors will be released within the next few months and be available on the mp3Car Store. The 8" display generally requires one cable for most computers.