Certainly distinct buttons are easier to use than a touch screen. Both cars in ours household have rows of buttons that don't have any gaps between them so you still have to look over to see what you're pressing. One car even has some individual buttons that are flush against the surface.
Those buttons are still a lot easier to use than touch screens, touch surfaces and other weird and wonderful inputs that manufacturers continue to come up with.
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