Is it just me, or does everything seem to have a touchscreen these days? From computers to parking meters (yup, those too), I feel like a screen you can touch is now the norm. And I’m not complaining. While in certain cases, I much prefer a traditional keyboard and mouse click (and in others, a page turn and bookmark), I have to say that I am embracing the touchscreen revolution of recent years and am excited to see where things go next.
So in homage to the touchscreen movement (or so I have chosen to call it), I’ve rounded up a few favorite products and touchscreen accessories. I know there are plenty more where these came from and I am always thrilled to learn about the newest and greatest, so please feel free to share your finds in the comments below.
1. Swatch watch, $140
2. Cool Leaf keyboard by Minebea, $300
3. Canon Powershot ELPH 530, $649.99
4. Almond+ Router, $99
5. Griffin stylus pen, $19.99
6. Sony Vaio Tap 20 Desktop, $1199
1. Claire’s touch gloves, $2
2. Dell XPS Duo 12 Ultrabook™, $1199
3. C Wonder crayon stylus pen, $18
4. Olive ONE, concept (just recently funded)
5. Sunstitch watch, $121
6. Logitech Harmony remote, $249.99
Stephanie Todaro has joined the Design*Sponge team to work on special projects and oversee our weekly Biz Ladies and City Guides columns. Although born in Chicago and raised in Los Angeles, Stephanie has been lucky enough to live all over the US, including DC and New York, and continues to travel the world with hopes to one day settle down somewhere in Europe. She earned her master’s degree in journalism from New York University in 2008 and now lives in LA where she works as the Director of Development for several celebrity websites and blogs about her adorable pup, Mr. Harvey. She has a slight (actually, major) obsession with all things stationery-related and likes to collect garden gnomes. To see more of Stephanie’s work, check out her blog HouseofHarvey.com.