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    Saturday
    Jul082017

    Turn your non-touch computer into a touch screen computer for as little as $70!

    It's the AirBar Sensor by Neonode. As you'll see in the video, AirBar gives your PC and (soon) MacBook Air touchscreen capabilities. The sleek, lightweight device emits an invisible light field over a laptop screen that senses touch from any finger, stylus, paintbrush, etc. AirBar enables touch for most PC laptops running Windows® 10, as well as the MacBook Air 13”.

    The sleek matte black (PC) or brushed aluminum (Mac) bar attaches to the bottom of a display with magnets and connects instantly through a USB port. No software installation for the PC-compatible device, and only a quick software installation for the Mac-compatible device is required. The device is available in three different sizes to fit a variety of PC screens: 13.3”, 14” and 15.6”, as well as a Mac-compatible version that fits the MacBook Air 13”. 

    Giz Wiz Video: https://youtu.be/3Fx7-EGSgm0  

    Company videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6VdbZxBoac 

    Company website: http://www.air.bar/ 

    3 PC Versions Are Here on Amazon, all under $70:http://amzn.to/2t4Wc4O

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