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Hitachi Demos a Stylus-Friendly Capacitive Touchscreen 47

Posted by timothy
from the fine-point-you-make-there dept.
dk3nn3dy writes "Hitachi Displays have developed a capacitive touchscreen which converts input from a non-conductive object into electrostatic capacitance. This enables it to be used in a diverse range of ways, such as multi-touch using several fingers, with a plastic pen for finer input, and in cold places while wearing gloves. The display is currently under development for release in the second half of 2011."
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Hitachi Demos a Stylus-Friendly Capacitive Touchscreen

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