Fujitsu Released New Multi-Input Touch Panel

Fujitsu's Multi-Input Touch PanelsA new multi-input resistive touch panel has been released by Fujitsu Components Europe, expanding their product range in touch panels. This new multi-input touch panel offers the ability to detect finger and stylus input actions simultaneously.

Single-tap input and multi-touch input can be processed from nearly any object, in the resistive new multi-input panels by Fujitsu. Examples are a credit card edge, standard pens, heavy gloved finger and etc. The Fujitsu Multi-Input panels also feature two-finger manipulation like pinch, push, rotate and scroll, used to rotate and zoom digital photos. The touch panels can even register “wet” finger actions.

The resistive multi-input panels by Fujitsu are very lightweight, while offering amazing performance in a variety of platforms. Fujitsu is expected to start selling these panels in sizes from five and a half inches to twelve inches, featuring low power consumption, high resolution and accuracy.

Fujitsu Components is the first manufacturer in the world to obtain a Windows 7 certification logo for their resistive multi-input touch panels.

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