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Quanta unveils DST touchscreen tech at Computex

New screen tech to allow thin profiles

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Jun 2, 2010 6:08 pm

Computex 2010- Computex is in full swing and so far there hasn't really been anything earth shattering announced. One of the cooler things to be unveiled at the show is new touchscreen tech from Quanta.

 

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The new tech is called dispersive signal technology (DST) and was developed with help from 3M. Quanta expects the new DST tech to hit market later this year. DST is a touchscreen with an extra later of glass. The screen is able to find the location of a finger or a stylus on the screen using the shock created when the screen is touched.

 

The tech also allows devices to have ultra-thin profiles. Pricing on the DST tech is unknown, but Quanta says the price is comparable to current screen technologies.

 

NEWS SOURCES:Digitimes.com

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