Not every screen needs to be touched

Non-touchscreen screen

If proof were needed that more and more of us have screens we tap, pinch and scroll, last week’s six-fold profit rise at touchscreen chip firm Synaptics would be a good indicator.

Touch screens have raised the bar for our expectations of technology, fitting neatly into a lineage of pause-able live TV and entire record collections that fit in your hand, but it’s good to remember that not every screen needs to be touched.

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