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This $99 device transforms your MacBook Air into a touchscreen laptop

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Sorry, Apple fans, but at this point it looks like Apple might never actually make a touchscreen laptop. The Touch Bar on the MacBook Pro is pretty cool, but it’s nothing at all like having a screen that you can touch to manipulate things. Drawing, tapping, pinching to zoom, etc… it’s fast and easy, and yet you can’t do any of it on Apple laptops. At least, that used to be the case until the Neonode AirBar Touchscreen Sensor for Apple’s 13-inch MacBook Air came along. This awesome accessory attaches to your laptop just beneath the screen using magnets, so you can easily take it off and on again. When it’s attached, it senses any finger or stylus touches on your display and lets your laptop respond just like it would if you had a real touchscreen.

Draw something in Photoshop, double-tap to zoom in on a text column on a website, or pinch outward to zoom in on a photo. This thing is seriously awesome, and it’s available right now on Amazon’s website.

Here are some key details:

  • Get touchscreen on your 13.3″ MacBook Air notebook!
  • Compatibility – Works ONLY with MacBook Air 13.3″
  • Plug-and-Touch – Attach with the included magnets & plug into a USB port
  • Touch Using Any Object – Your finger, or with gloves and even a paintbrush
  • Download Drivers Enhancement Drivers
AirBar by Neonode - Add Touchscreen to 13.3” MacBook Air Notebooks Price: Buy Now Available from Amazon, BGR may receive a commission

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