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Motorola's SoftStylus finger writing recognition software
Photo: Company [Jun 8, 2006]

Motorola is showing its award-winning SoftStylus Finger Writing Recognition Software at Computex Taipei 2006.

The finger writing technology does not require additional and costly hardware since it uses a finger and the touchpad already integrated into laptop keyboards.

Motorola's Finger Writing Recognition Technology is already deployed in many of the company's mobile phones.

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