If you like buttons, you won't like Pentax's new Optio T10; it doesn't have any. Well, okay, there's a shutter button. To operate the controls of this point-and-shoot camera, you use the three-inch LCD as a touch screen.
In the quest to make the PC obsolete for image editing -- and make simple point-and-shoot cameras more fun -- the T10 includes a host of processing options, including the ability to copy a face from one photo and paste it in another. You can also write on your images using the included stylus pen. Here's the camera:
The six-megapixel camera will ship in late March or early April.