Synaptics (News - Alert) Inc. recently launched ClearPad 2000 Series capacitive sensors which are the touchscreens on the KIN ONE and KIN TWO, new Windows Phones.
The KIN phone has the facility of intuitive touch input, which is developed using Synaptics' ClearPad solution to ensure high-performance gestures. It is designed for the social generation. Users can move the contacts and contents they want to certain features by using dragging gestures. This helps users to concentrate more on the viewing and sharing of content which is just a finger-touch away.
Gopal Garg, who is the senior vice president of Synaptics' handheld business unit, said that "Teaming with Sharp (News - Alert), Synaptics is bringing touchscreen interaction to this powerful new operating system and valued end customers. As Synaptics continues to innovate human interface solutions across multiple consumer markets, we are seeing the interaction of PC-based devices, such as TouchPad gestures, translate to intuitive touch on unique devices such as the KIN phones."
Synaptics ClearPad Series provides capacitive touchscreen technology which gives users a top quality feature in a small space. A user-friendly discoverable interface used in ClearPad touch sensor provides facility for screen navigation, selection, interactive input, and lot more.
Customers face various challenges when they are using recently implemented human interfaces. Synaptics' unique solution stack and engineering services from the global customer design centers assist ClearPad to address these issues. By integrating these significant features, Synaptics help OEMs to create trustworthy, highly intuitive human interfaces that meet their design and usage requirements.
Manufacturers who are in need of proven capacitive touchscreens to improve the performance of their mobile devices can make use of the Synaptics ClearPad and use abilities such as navigation, scrolling, and a whole lot more.
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