Fujitsu showcases laptop with gesture control

By using the Webcam , the notebook is able to recognize hand movements to control volume levels as well as video playback.

Toshiba dabbled with gesture controls back in 2008 with the Qosmio G50 , but that didn't really catch on with users. Hence, gesture control disappeared from subsequent models. This feature has apparently reappeared, but this time in the form of Fujitsu Lifebook AH series laptops with a "Natal Like" interface.

By using the Webcam, the notebook is able to recognize hand movements to control volume levels as well as video playback. You can view a demo of the laptop above. The AH series comes in either Intel Core i3/i5 or AMD Athlon II processor flavors. More details on specs, price, and availability will be revealed closer to launch.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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