Zorro Macsk II Touchscreen for iMac

Oct 6, 2016

Category: Tech

As a kid, you are told not to do a whole lot of things. Don’t eat bugs. Don’t run with scissors. Don’t touch the computer screen. Now thanks to Zorro Macsk’s II touchscreen add-on, you can touch your iMac’s screen to your heart’s content.

This thing plugs into your Mac via the USB port and slides over the face of your computer to act as a kind of intermediary screen, allowing you to use your finger as if it was a mouse. Whether you want to sketch out some drawings with your hand, play interactive games, or just switch things up a little bit at the office. The accessory supports 4k, 5k screens, and is compatible with OS X Yosemite, and Windows 7,8, and 10. Setup is simple. Just slide it over your screen (it adds just a quarter inch to the thickness), plug it in, and you are good to go. Prices set at $200. [Purchase]

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