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The newest Optimus - the Optimus Upravlator

Darksaber

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#2
This looks like something out of a 1980s movie... "behold the future". Kinda looks like a playschool made toy for aviation also.
 
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#4
oooh its very pretty.
 
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#5
This is a very odd product. Large touch screen displays, or even small ones like on a PDA, are far superior... since they have a much greater display capability and input ability. WHY would anyone want this product? If anyone can think of an application that cannot be better servered by a PDA type screen, please post here. I'm very curious...

(actually, industrial applications where the user is wearing gloves might be one application... but I also think rotary click knobs, or throw-switchs, are better, since they have more "positive feedback" and are less prone to mis-selection. A rotaty knob also has the opportunity to input the "amount" or "level" desired)
 

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#6
ah but if your using rotary knobs your not as techie!:p you know thats more important than production.