Synaptics launches a pair of mobile touchscreens at MWC 2013
If Synaptics has a favorite song, we'd assume it'd be Touch Me, after all, the touchscreen maker does want customers to get handsy with its products. The company is launching a pair of mobile touchscreens here at MWC that we can expect to see laminated to some Gorilla Glass on a bunch of handsets at next year's Spanish smartphone shindig. The ClearPad 3400 is a capacitive touchscreen designed for flagships that offers a greatly improved signal-to-noise ratio for devices of up to six inches.
It's also announcing ClearPad Single-Layer On-Cell (SLOC) Multitouch solution, an interface for budget devices that eliminates the touchscreen sensor and border while still offering five-finger touch. Thanks to its simplified manufacturing process, it's much cheaper than competing inputs, and is currently being toted 'round Chinese OEMs. Interested in the finer detail of this human interface system? The release is after the break.
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