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ALSO CALLED: Touch Pads, Trackpads
DEFINITION: A touch pad is a device for pointing (controlling input positioning) on a computer display screen. It is an alternative to the mouse. Originally incorporated in laptop computers, touch pads are also being made for use with desktop computers. A touch pad works by sensing the user's finger movement and downward pressure. The first touch pad was invented by George E. Gerpheide in 1988. Apple Computer  … 

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