While rumors about a possible iTV from Apple are increasing or even on an iPad the size of a television, the apple firm remains very discreet when it comes to this market, apart from a hint from Tim Cook recently.
However, on the side of competitors running Windows, touch screens have been around for quite some time and are therefore commercially available.
A man had the brilliant idea to install on his last computer touch of the brand Acer Apple’s latest operating system, OS X Mountain Lion, and taking care to incorporate the drivers specific to touch.
The result is very interesting and the navigation is fluid, as evidenced by this video:
The latter interacts with an image opened in Preview, scans its screen to scroll through its twitter client, browses the Xcode simulator and then the Safari browser. Everything is 100% functional and the finger acts as a mouse. Tempting, right?