t91 pressure

The Asus Eee PC T91MT has a touchscreen display that supports multitouch gestures. But if you’re reading this then I’m guessing you already knew that the Eee PC T91MT is the first 8.9 inch tablet-style netbook with a multitouch screen and Windows 7 Home Premium. Here’s what you might not have known: the display is pressure sensitive.

What that means is that the computer can tell the difference between a hard and soft press on the touchscreen display. In applications that support this feature, you can do things like draw a thin line with a light touch and a thick line by pushing harder.

You can see a video of a user creating a pressure-sensitive drawing after the break, courtesy of MyT91.info.

via Netbooked

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