Awesome hardware we would love to get our hands on
Yes, why of course you absolutely 'need' this stuff!
By Mark Gibbs | Network World US | Published: 16:22, 31 May 12
If you like unusual gadgets and have some extra cash lying round, take a look at these snazzy items.
Leap bounds over Kinect
Priced at just $70 (roughly 45) and designed for all platforms, the Leap< > looks like it will out-cool the Kinect by a good margin when it ships at the end of 2012 or early 2013. The Leap is a small "brick" that you situate below your screen. You connect it via USB to your computer, load the software, and as you move your hands above the brick, your fingers and the gestures they make, as well as objects such as pens, are detected and translated into commands that drive the operating system.