HOW IT WORKS
A transparent conductive film is laminated to the inside of the display's cover glass. A mesh of horizontal and vertical channels are embedded in the film. When a touch input is made, the electrical charge at point of contact is changed. The sensor registers this point of "capacitance" as the touch point and communicates it to the controlling device.
- Supports up to 100 touch points.
- Touch resolution is higher than other technologies, prevents touch occlusion and allows for more precise and detailed inputs.
- Additional electrostatic pen technology supports detailed writing inputs.
- Palm rejection is supported and touch input size detection is possible.
- Not susceptible to light interference.