The manufacturer of a "market-winning" touchpad for mobile computers has unveiled its latest range which relies on enhanced sensory technology and is said to be the first of its kind to recognise "four-finger gestures".
Synaptics's TouchPad, it is claimed, will prevent accidental activation of the cursor should a user unintentionally come into contact with it.
The new component is to be demonstrated to delegates visiting the Computex 2010 event at the Grand Hyatt Taipei, Taiwan, which runs until this Saturday (June 5th).
According to the company, which has its headquarters in California, the touchpad brings with it a range of customisation and usage models that allow it to be tailored to a variety of different needs.
Synaptics will also be demonstrating its ClickEO application which allows users to mimic left and right click buttons on a conventional mouse universally and also addresses the "exacting demands of smaller and standard notebook PC form factors".