Canopy's Sensus touch-enabled iPhone case offers ten extra points of input (hands-on)
Cases for the iPhone are a dime a dozen, but there aren't too many that promise to do more than just protect your device. The Sensus case by Canopy is different, as it features touch-sensitive areas that are designed to extend your capabilities while playing games. Situated on the sides and back of the case, the touch-sensitive areas are very similar to the touch-sensitive pads on the back of Sony's PS Vita. Canopy says that the case offers support for ten distinct touch points to let you control games, switch between apps, scroll, and other functions normally reserved for the touch screen itself. The key with the Sensus, as Canopy tells it, is that you don't have to obstruct the display with your fingers while controlling the device.