Interesting that the auction ended on the same day as Kare mentioned the relisting. Guess the original price point did work.
I'm not surprised at the lowing prices. It's been 9 years since Fingerworks was sold to Apple, so the number of people who actually know what this technology is and can do is ever shrinking.
Also, based on what I can see in current ergonomic keyboard movement, things are going in the total opposite direction. A lot of it is concentrated on mechanical keyswitches, but at least the tenting, the columnular layout, and the larger usage of the thumb are there. I don't think there will be an easy way to reconcile mechanical keyswitches with gesturing. I think the best we can hope for is a good gesture-based trackpad, like the Magic Trackpad in combination with the BetterTouchTool enhancement app. Of course, this is limited to OS X, since enhancing gestures in Windows appears to be *hard* at this time.
TouchStream Mini - February 26, 2002 - Sold
TouchStream Stealth - March 18, 2002 - Windows 7 Ultimate (home)
TouchStream MacNTouch (white) - July 23, 2003 - Retired
TouchStream LP - March 31, 2004 - In storage
TouchStream MacNTouch (silver) - December 1, 2004 - In storage
Stenovations Digitouch (dvorak) - 2007 - Windows 7 Ultimate (work)
Stenovations Digitouch (dvorak) - 2007 - In storage