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Leap Motion's gesture-tracking magic looks mighty clever, and I'm surprised ASUS grabbed it first considering how well it would fit in with Apple's overall strategy around touch. 
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It looks cool but I think it will get really tiring to use a computer using this technology or touchscreen technology on a traditional laptop or desktop.
I'm sure Apple would rather sue them instead
I think it's just as useful as the Nintendo Power Glove.
If the author would have a clue about technology, he wouldn't be surprised that +ASUS likes to try new technologies. This way he just sound sour because his Macbook won't be the coolest kid around the block anymore. :-D 
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