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Windows 7: Going touchy feely

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Rick Munday from touch screen manufacturer Medion presents a tour of Microsoft's new operating system.

Windows 7 has been designed to be operated using touch control rather than more traditional methods like the mouse.

However, the screen navigation technology could soon face competition from alternative systems, such as Microsoft's Project Natal and Sony's wand for the PlayStation 3.

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