CES 2010: Synaptics shows off Scrybe multitouch gesture system [video]

CES 2010: Synaptics shows off Scrybe multitouch gesture system [video]

Summary: CES 2010: In a video, Synaptics demonstrates its free, downloadable Scrybe software for multitouch gesture support for laptop touchpads.

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I stopped by to see the touchscreen input experts at Synaptics at CES 2010 to see what the company was working on.

Many of the company's software and interfaces make their way onto popular laptops and mobile phones. This year, the company was showing off a free, downloadable gesture suite for laptops called Scrybe.

The video of the software in action, after the jump:

Topics: IT Employment, CXO, Hardware, Laptops, Mobility

Andrew Nusca

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Andrew Nusca is a former writer-editor for ZDNet and contributor to CNET. During his tenure, he was the editor of SmartPlanet, ZDNet's sister site about innovation.

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  • RE: CES 2010: Synaptics shows off Scrybe multitouch gesture system [video]

    I appreciate the concept of Scrybe. That said, Synaptics has obviously fallen prey to the concept of corporate sell-out and product placement. The constant and hard coded banners for yahoo and amazon are nauseating at best.
    OWK