Comparing Touchscreen Phones: Neonode's N2

Neonode's N2 handset is cheaper and smaller than the iPhone with an incredibly precise infrared grid touch screen. The handset responds to sweeping gestures and light taps, but requires no pressure or stylus. Some believe the iPhone's "sweep to the right to unlock" feature was stolen wholesale from Neonode's original handset, the N1, released in 2004. 



 

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