Antuan Goodwin of CNET’s Roadshow has taken the 2022 Acura MDX Type S on a first look review. Antuan had this to say,
The Type S has the MDX’s same standard 12.3-inch center screen, which isn’t touch sensitive and is operated with Acura’s True Touch Interface pad. The pad features haptic feedback and absolute positioned touch inputs, so tapping in the upper right corner of the pad selects whatever is in the upper right corner of the screen and so on. When using Acura’s built-in menus, media controls and navigation, this is a fantastic control scheme with a bit of a learning curve that rewards with extremely intuitive operation. That is, unless you’d prefer to use the USB Type-A and Type-C ports or wireless connectivity to fire up Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, which are tedious to use because of their incompatibility with absolute positioning.
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