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The first touchscreen computer was born in 1973, and was used to control a machine called a “Super Proton Synchrotron.” It was created by Frank Beck, Chick Nichols, and Bent Stumpe*, and soon, touchscreen technology was adapted for use in musical sampling and automotive control.
Now, of course, touchscreens are everywhere, and we’re happy to present the first touchscreen baby monitor: the Summer Infant BabyTouch Boost Video Baby Monitor! The Boost improves on the older BabyTouch video monitor with a user-friendly touchscreen display, a higher-resolution 3.5” color LCD screen, and a room temperature readout.
Features on the Summer Infant BabyTouch Boost video monitor include:
The Summer Infant BabyTouch Boost video baby monitor comes with one monitor, a docking station, AC adapters, a charging base, and a belt clip. 4 AA batteries required, not included.
* Computer engineers in 1973 had much more interesting names than they do today.
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