jones_supa writes: To accompany Windows 8, Microsoft has released some interesting keyboard and mouse devices, all being wireless and using Bluetooth. The Wedge Touch Mouse is an artful product which is an angular wedge, being compact enough for travel too. Wedge Mobile Keyboard follows the style of laptop keyboards and includes a snap-on cover. Sculpt Touch Mouse is more like a classic mouse but features a four-way touch scroll strip. Finally we have Sculpt Mobile Keyboard which is a lighter version of a classic curved keyboard. All four are on the expensive side, but at first impression seem high-quality.
Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions
for scratch space after they are finished calling them?