3M Unveils 10-finger Touch Tech At CES

Posted: Jan 6 2010, 8:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:40pm CDT, in News | CES


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3M has unveiled new technology at CES 2010 that produces touch screens capable of accepting input from ten fingers at once. The technology has a very fast response time and also supports multiple user input and allows for advanced gesture input.

3M is showing off a display at CEs that uses the tech called the M2256PW with a screen resolution of 1680 x 1050. The screen has DVI and VGA input along with USB ports. No touch drivers are required for the screen because it is compatible with Windows 7.

"Utilizing this new technology, software developers are able to revolutionize the way users interact with all types of information and to expand traditional touch interaction to include multiple users and increase collaboration."Consumers and prosumers have come to expect multi-touch functionality in their everyday electronic devices,” Tsourides says. “The release of the M2256PW display provides a technological leap in multi-touch interactivity, surpassing traditional two-finger multi-touch by providing full, 10-finger multi-touch capability.”

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