E-Lead's Noahpad shows up with larger keys, multi-touch
Noahpad, at least the company is warming up to the idea of a more usable keyboard (of sorts). Judging by the demo unit set up at Computex, the keys are now a tad larger and multi-touch support is also thrown in. If you just can't get enough of one of today's most eccentric lappies, head on down to the read link for a smattering of hands-on photographs and a trio of videos.
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