touch screen

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a computer display that enables the user to interact with the computer by touching areas on the screen

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com)-- Global touch screen manufacturer, Touch International, announced today that it will exhibit its Apple iPhone-type multi-touch projected capacitive and resistive touch screen products at the Emerging Displays Technology Conference, August 19, 2010 in San Jose, California.
Touch Screen displays are such screens that are sensitive to the touch of a finger or stylus.
Translating Touch International's website is just part of the touch screen manufacturer's customer relations initiative.
Instead these models have a touch screen, eliminating the need for a mouse.
In 2008, there were 300 models of mobile phone with touch screen in China; by the end of 2009, the figure rose to 700 models.
For pricing and availability, contact Embedded Touch Screen Sales at (510) 770-1417.
The touch screen is available for immediate distribution through Pinnacle Security's offices in the U.
The touch screen was mainly applied to cell phone, GPS, PMP, digital camera, IT and the other fields all over the world in 2008.
STOCKHOLM -- Neonode Inc (OTCBB:NEON), the Swedish world leading optical touch screen technology company, today announced the launch of SAT[TM] (Selected Area Touch).
Now designers don't have to sacrifice long-term screen clarity and vibrancy to have a gesturing touch screen interface.
Integrated solutions that combine a TFT display with a Crystal Touch screen are also available.
OB), the Swedish mobile technology company, today announced the launch of Neonode Technology AB, a new wholly owned subsidiary that focuses entirely on providing and developing optical touch screen solutions for hand-held devices.
Latest Touch Screen Features an Easy-to-Use Home Control Interface; An Affordable Table Top Unit for Any Room
Shipments in 2007 of touch screen-based mobile devices increased 91% over 2006, and ABI Research forecasts that revenue from the global touch screen market for mobile phones and other handheld devices such as MIDs, UMPCs, and PNDs will reach $5 billion in 2009.