Over the last decade our computers have taken big leaps. They've gotten thinner, faster and much more affordable, yet the way we navigate them has stayed virtually the same since 1983 when Apple released the Lisa, one of the first computers with a mouse. It's 2013, and while some Windows laptops have touchscreens, for the most part we rely on a trackpad or mouse to push around a little cursor for selecting images or text. Until this week.
A new little box is about to wave in the future of computer navigation -- quite literally. The $79.99 Leap Motion, which begins shipping and arriving in Best Buy stores this week, brings gesture control to Mac and Windows computers. With hand gestures such as waves, pokes, reaches and grabs in the air you can navigate games and other programs, just like Tom Cruise in "Minority Report." It's bold, fun and futuristic, but not everything is picture perfect.
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