Instead of controlling your computer with keyboard or mouse input, the Zorro Macsk is a cover for the iMac that lets you use finger swipes and gestures.

TMD Touch has developed a cover for the iMac that turns it into a touchscreen device, so you can use finger gestures to control your computer instead of a keyboard and mouse. The Zorro Macsk, which was designed and made in China, connects to the 21.5″ iMac screen via USB cable and uses infrared technology to function. The aluminum frame attaches magnetically and is available in a variety of colors.

The device is driverless and integrates a rich language of gestures such as swiping, scrolling, clicking, and pinching. The Zorro Macsk is available on Amazon for $199 and you can check out the video below to see it in action:

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