MacBook owners that would like to benefit from a touchscreen display may be interested in a new sensor called AirBar that can transform any MacBook screen into a touchscreen.
The small AirBar sensor which is positioned at the bottom of your laptop screen supports an aspect ratio of 16:9 and supports display sizes up to 15.6 inches. Check out the video below to learn more about this unique MacBook accessory that can transform your display to support gestures and touch.
The air bar is now available to order and is expected to start shipping in 4 to 5 weeks
AirBar for MacBook Air provides Apple notebook enthusiasts with the ability to promptly and seamlessly activate touch and gesture functionalities on their laptop’s display. The AirBar sensor is a sleek bar that magnetically attaches to the bottom of a laptop display and plugs in via USB to instantly activate touch and gesture capabilities, with no software installation or additional configuration required. AirBar uses parent company Neonode’s patented zForce AIR™ technology to emit an invisible light field over a display that senses touch from fingers, gloves and even a paintbrush.
AirBar Technical specifications :
– Width: 5 mm
– Length: 373 mm (AirBar 15.6”)
– Height: 17 mm (requires 20 mm mounting surface for 3 mm between AirBar and display)
– Cable length: 243 mm
– Weight: 55 g
For more information on the new AirBar MacBook touchscreen sensor jump over to the official website for details by following the link below.
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