I believe that’s also why touch isn’t getting the love on Windows that it really needs. Not all touch-sensitive PCs include a stylus with or without buttons and I have to really wonder about the sensitivity of some when you can touch the screen with the far corner of a postcard and trigger the screen. What’s going to happen when you just want to point out a detail using a non-metallic pointer? I’ll admit I haven’t used one of the current round of Windows tablets that use a pressure-sensitive display, but the capacitive touch is far too sensitive for my taste so far. Even the iPad isn’t that bad.