Not really. But I figured this was more of an effect module than a MIDI controller. I thought about this one, though. Will it work to control VST based effect plugins inside the box in a dynamic manner? And how painful is the MIDI mapping going to be?
Techno starts with a capital 'T', as in TB-303 and TR-808.
The other central control component of most laptops is the trackpad, and this too has music making potential. If you're a Mac user, LSD Programming's Track Master (available for £2.99 on the Mac App Store) is the software that helps you to realise this.
Track Master gives you both Notes and X/Y modes to work with. These are pretty self-explanatory, with the former enabling you to input musical notes (you can play with up to 11 fingers at a time, theoretically…) and the latter adding X/Y pad functionality.
If you're a PC user, try Livelab's free Touchpad 2 MIDI, which not only allows you to configure an X/Y pad, but also lets you turn your trackpad into a panel of buttons and sliders.