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Resistive Multi-input Touch Panel is Windows 7 Logo Certified

Wed, 05/26/2010 - 6:49am
touch panels Windows 7 certifiedFujitsu Components America, Inc., purportedly the first manufacturer to obtain Windows 7 logo certification for a resistive multi-input touch panel, is marketing those touch panels in North America. Using Fujitsu’s proprietary technology, the resistive multi-input panels can process single-tap and multi-touch input from nearly any object using varying pressure (such as a gloved finger, credit card edge, standard pens, a light finger touch, etc.). This capability results in accurate, stylus-handwriting input and two-finger manipulation, including pinch, push, rotate and scroll functionality, according to the company. Both finger and stylus action can be performed simultaneously, with the panels supporting up to 32 simultaneous touch points. Initial target applications include netbooks and mobile medical and industrial devices. These multi-input panels are lightweight, durable, and offer desirable performance in a variety of operating environments. They feature low power consumption, high resolution, high accuracy, low EMI, and register finger or stylus input even when wet. Although inherently capable of scaling up to larger dimensions, Fujitsu will first offer the custom panels in 5.6- to 12.1-inch sizes.

Fujitsu Components America, Inc.
800-380-0059, www.fcai.fujitsu.com 
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