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Synaptics demos innovative Windows 8 touch technology solutions

11/09/2011, Windows 7 has proved to be a pretty solid operating system so far, but that does not mean Microsoft is going to rest on their laurels. Well, we do know that the Redmond, Washington-based company is working on Windows 8, and with that, do expect plenty of...

Synaptics introduces new touchscreen with better response

02/15/2011, [MWC 2011] You might have heard of Synaptics before, the company that focuses on advancing the science of haptics and touch detection. Now the company has come up with a method to integrate the touch controller with the display driver. What this means is...

Synaptics TouchPad sees action in Philips Dual remote control

09/13/2010, If you happen to pick up the Philips Dual remote control anytime soon, you ought to take notice that Synaptics’ TouchPad will rock said next-generation remote which will also include other technologies such as ZigBee RF4CE (Radio Frequency for...

Synaptics Targets Tablets with ClearPad Touchscreen

07/27/2010, Synaptics is gunning for the tablet market with its ClearPad 7200 touchscreen solution. OEMs can pick up Synaptics’ solution and integrate it easily into their tablet designs, which will give their products added functionality over competing...

Chrome OS And Linux Get Multi-touch Support From Synaptics

04/19/2010, While Windows users have managed to get multi-touch running on their PCs, folks who were running Linux weren’t that lucky. There is good news, though, as Human interface solutions developer Synaptics Inc. has announced that it has made its Synaptics...

Synaptics Scrybe To Boost Your Touchpad

01/04/2010, If your laptop doesn’t sport any cool features like multitouch, Synaptics might have a way to make your laptop’s touchpad cool again, with its Scrybe software. Basically the software will augment Windows’ existing touch functionality,...

Synaptics ClearPad 3000 takes multi-touch to new heights

07/22/2009, Synaptics has just introduced its ClearPad 3000 Series capacitive touch pad sensor solution. The technology is inherently thinner than resistive-based sensors that have to use more layers. Most importantly, capacitive sensors require less pressure to use,...

Synaptics ClickPad Trackpad

06/02/2009, Synaptics hopes to usher in a new age of trackpad technology with its ClickPad trackpad, and will target netbooks this time round after making its rounds on the latest MacBooks and MacBook Pros. These ClickPads will play nice with Synaptic’s latest...