At Pepcom in Las Vegas, the MacBook Pro gets the touch capability so many seem to be talking about with AirBar. Remo Behdasht, Senior Vice President – AirBar Devices for Neonode, explains how it works, why it is only available for the MacBook Air at the moment, and what kinds of things, other than your finger, AirBar lets you use to control your Mac.
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