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Adam Chen
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發 表 於: 2009.10.21 06:32:57 PM
文章主題: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse

 

Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse,首度採用承襲自iphone、ipod Touch、macbook的多點觸控技術,把所有滑鼠按鍵、滾輪都拿掉,只以一整片多點觸控板,就能提供等同一般滑鼠的左、右鍵,以及360度滾輪功能,並能以兩指操作更多手勢功能。

 

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Adam Chen
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發 表 於: 2009.10.22 01:19:33 PM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse
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Adam Chen
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發 表 於: 2009.10.28 07:11:49 AM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse
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發 表 於: 2009.10.30 10:38:58 AM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse
看不出有何好處?
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Adam Chen
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發 表 於: 2009.10.30 11:03:27 AM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse

(1)噱頭(2)環保(3)人機界面較直覺簡單

但條件是機器要夠便宜耐用!!

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發 表 於: 2009.12.30 11:24:04 AM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse
品牌效應,不過APPLE做的東西有時會帶起莫名的市場效應,期待這隻MOUSE後續發展
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發 表 於: 2009.12.30 04:27:33 PM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse
沒錯!!就像當初的Apple 1/Apple 2 PC及現今iPod/iPhone的風潮一樣!!而Acer對臺灣科技文化也貢獻卓著,從以前的小教授1號到現代的PC/NetBook/NoteBook/智慧型手機...等等產品,真希望臺灣有電子電腦博物館來陳列這些電子/電腦研發與演進歷史!
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發 表 於: 2010.07.30 11:09:24 AM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse

Where's Your Pagan God Now, Magic Trackpad?

Where's Your Pagan God Now, Magic Trackpad?The alien autopsseurs over at iFixit pried the Magic Trackpad apart like Arthur pulling the sword from the stone. The big surprise? ...there weren't any. It does use the same touchscreen controller chip as the iPhone, however. What's that mean?

It means Apple is continuing their trend of reusing guts across multiple devices. For this trackpad, Apple also uses the same Bluetooth chip found in the Magic Mouse. In other words, other than a diminutive logic board, there are really no new electronics within the Magic Trackpad. With the right tools and enough Apple products, you probably could have Frankensteined the thing yourself.

What's that mean?

It means Apple is producing gear very cost effectively.

What's that mean?

You should be either glad that you own Apple stock or kicking yourself that you don't. [iFixit]

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發 表 於: 2010.07.30 11:24:30 AM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse
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發 表 於: 2010.08.03 10:47:52 AM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse

Is Apple Considering Next-Gen Tactile Feedback for iOS Devices?

1 cover - apple may consider new tactile feedback technology for iOS devices 
Prototypes have recently surfaced using Apple devices to show off a new tactile feedback technology. The company behind this next generation tactile technology is Senseg. Senseg's technology isn't powered by mechanical motors like older technology but rather based on virtual touch technology. This means that it doesn't have any mechanical parts that could wear-out. Senseg E-Sense™ software could produce localized tactile feedback in small areas of the surface of the device without having to vibrate the whole surface.


The Prototypes


The Photos shown below were published by one of the websites owned by Nikkei Business Publications, Inc. The first is claimed to be that of an iPod touch and the other an Apple iPad, though it seems to be a smaller version. The iPod prototype, according to the publication, was rigged by Toshiba (who felt in necessary to tape over the unit to try and disguise it). Yet being that the iPad wasn't covered, it would appear that Apple may be in fact be considering the new tactile feedback technology.


Apple's iPod touch


2 - iPod touch tactile feedback prototype 

The Nikkei Business Publication stated that "Toshiba Information Systems revealed the wide range of sensations possible with demonstrations of prototype iPod touch and touchpad implementations at the 13th Embedded Systems Expo & Conference (ESEC) (Fig. 1). When the user slides a fingertip across a button on the iPod touch, for example, there is a slight "catch" as if the finger is scraping across a real button. On the touch pad, the company displayed regions marked "brush," "rough," and "bumpy" on the screen, and users could feel each with a fingertip (Fig. 1b)."


Apple's iPad


3 - claimed iPad - though smaller 

About the New Tactile Feedback Technology


4 - about the new technology - tactile feedback 

A Senseg based source stated that "We expect to see our technology implemented in notebooks personal computers, tablet terminals and other touch panels and touch pads in the first half of 2011. In the second half we hope to be used in mobile phones."

 

It should also be noted that the new technology could equally be applied to the backside of any device to provide sensation for games, for example, or simple sensations of a texture.

 

The Nikkei Business Publications report never identifies the source of the prototype photo of the smaller version of the claimed Apple iPad. It's a little difficult to believe that Apple would allow prototypes of their devices to be used publicly in presentations – but that's what is claimed was shown at the 13th Embedded Systems Expo & Conference 2010 this past May and the video below somewhat supports that. Time will tell if this pans out as described.


 


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發 表 於: 2010.08.03 10:57:14 AM
文章主題: Re: Apple最新一代滑鼠Magic Mouse

世界上最便攜的滑鼠:捲尺滑鼠

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