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Cypress shows off 14-inch TrueTouch LCD

Multi-touch with unlimited fingers

| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Jan 29, 2010 5:15 pm

Tablet computers are going to be a big deal this year thanks to the iPad as other companies try and launch a similar device. We will also see a number of new notebooks and netbooks that support multi-touch screens this year.

 

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Not all multi-touch screens are created equal though. Many of the screens only support input from two fingers accurately before things don't work well. A new screen being shown off by Cypress Semiconductor can accept input accurately from an unlimited number of fingers.

 

The screen the company is showing off is 14-inches in size, but the tech can scale from 7 to 17-inches for different product types. The screen is designed to work with Windows 7 and will find its way into netbooks, notebooks, PMPs and other devices.

 

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