Cypress Semi Shows Off Tablet Capacitive Touchscreen

Posted: Jan 29 2010, 5:49am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:08pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 

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Cypress Semiconductor has unveiled a new tablet-size capacitive touchscreen with multi-touch all-point capability. The device can track input from multiple fingers at the same time without any problems. The screen can be scaled for electronic devices between 7 and 17 inches.

The screen is part of the Cypress TrueTouch family and is designed for machines running Windows 7. I am betting we see this screen tech start showing up in new tablets since Apple just unveiled the iPad. Everyone will probably be coming out with similar products now.

The technology will also find its way into notebooks, netbooks, mobile phones, PMPs, GPs systems and other devices if Cypress has its way. No products using the new screen have been announced at this time.

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