CES 2009 TRENDS – Touchscreens

Samsung P3 PMPSamsung has really upped its game with the new P3 PMP. With a Tocco–matching interface, with widgets and third party apps, plus ha

Samsung P3 PMP

Samsung has really upped its game with the new P3 PMP. With a Tocco–matching interface, with widgets and third party apps, plus haptic feedback, the Korean giant's new effort really is a viable option for Apple and Sony haters alike.

 

 

Touchscreen TVs are solely aimed at business bods, but these 32 and 42in models really wowed us when we had a play at the LG stand. Using Google Maps, you can scroll and zoom into any country on Earth. Just hurry up and get them into our front room.

 

The new OS from Microsoft is set to give Mac's OSX a real run for its money thanks to its touchscreen capabilities. While this needs top hardware too, the Big M was more than happy to show us in action. See our videos now!

 

Motorola's joined the touchscreen mobile party with the MotoSurf. Packing WinMo 6.1, a 3MP camera and 3G for hoping on the killer web browser, Moto's hoping this will give them a push after a disastrous 2008.

See more about their new range right here at Stuff.tv.

 

Sony's iPod Touch rival finally has finally broken cover and crams in enough features to make Apple break a heavy sweat. It comes with a 3in, OLED touchscreen, up to 32GB of storage, awesome sound quality and a hefty nattery life. Check out our hands–on video now.