Windows 7 Touch and Browser Scrolling Demo

In the following Windows 7 Shortcut video, the experience will be based upon the type of touch digitizer your system has, whether the system is Windows 7 Touch logo certified, and what type of browser you are using. A Dell Latitude XT with a capacitive digitizer running Windows 7 and N-Trig’s DuoSense Windows 7 RC drivers is […]

In the following Windows 7 Shortcut video, the experience will be based upon the type of touch digitizer your system has, whether the system is Windows 7 Touch logo certified, and what type of browser you are using. A Dell Latitude XT with a capacitive digitizer running Windows 7 and N-Trig’s DuoSense Windows 7 RC drivers is used.  Demonstrated browser scrolling using three different browsers: Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3.5, and Google Chrome 2.0. The experiences are definitely different across each browser, even on the same system. In addition, it is a good demonstration about what users can also expect across different touch digitizer systems and whether they are Windows 7 Touch logo certified or not, with Google Chrome demonstrating the minimum touch scrolling support that we’ll see passive digitizers exhibit, GBM.