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Pentax gets touchy feely with Optio T20

Having a touchscreen display isn’t exactly as sexy as it used to be. From PDAs to Tablet PCs, smartphones to universal remotes, there are countless devices out there that love nothing more than to have your fingerprints all over their displays. The latest digital camera to boast a large (three-inch) touchscreen display is the Optio T20 from Pentax. Outside of its big screen, you’ll find all of the usual point-and-shoot type of features like a six megapixel imaging sensor, 3x optical zoom, and a slew of automatic shooting modes.

One nice touch here (no pun intended) is that you can use the display to custom edit some of your snapshots, adding text, tossing in various effects, and applying different frames. No word on pricing.

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