The folks over at MOTO have put together a do-it-yourself test to separate the good touchscreens from the not so good. Touchscreen inaccuracies that you might originally think to be a software issue turn out to be the dependent on the solid hardware. They’ve done a comparison for some of the most popular touchscreen devices on the market and it turns out, they’ve all got their weaknesses. Check out the video for a full comparison and the updated test with the Nexus One below. For more info on what makes an accurate touchscreen, check out MOTO.