Articles about touchscreen display

Adok Aura Touchscreen PC Projector For Collaborative Work
Adok Aura is a smart projector with a built-in Windows 10 PC that turns any surface into a tablet with an extra-large touch display. Aimed at making collaborative work easy, fun and efficient, Adok Aura is equipped with a PC processor, a battery, a webcam, a microphone, a speaker and projects a large HD resolution touch display on any table.  Last year, the company showed a CES Award recipient prototype […]

Samsung Series 5 UltraTouch Review (13.3")
[Updated Mar. 8, 2013 @ 11:03 a.m. ET: We noticed an number of our benchmark tests were a little funny, so we ran them again and found there was a big enough difference to change our opinion of the UltraTouch a bit. In our effort to deliver the most honest review possible, we have edited parts of our original review in order to reflect this change.]The Samsung Series 5 UltraTouch […]

Mimo Magic Touch is a capacitive touch USB display
Mimo Monitors has announced the launch of its Mimo Magic Touch: a 10″ monitor that features capacitive touch capabilities. It is designed for point-of-sale (POS) input and entry purposes, corporate video conferencing, smart home entertainment systems, industrial/manufacturing controls, as well as applications in healthcare, hospitality, retail, education, sound/video editing and other industries that can benefit from the use of a touchscreen. Its capacitive touch capabilities is a nice improvement over […]

Microtouch kit endows gizmos with touchscreen capability
Having touchscreen displays around seem to be the norm these days, and some of us even dread of going back to the backwater moments when buttons ruled the world. Well, if you feel like you want to have the Midas touch with your gizmos – except that instead of turning everything you touch into gold, you want your fingers to slide over a touchscreen display, the Microtouch kit might be […]


Curved touchscreen measures 33-feet long
Ever wonder just how large a touchscreen display can get? How about 33 feet? That’s measures to around 10 meters if you’re chugging along to the metric system, and to make matters more interesting, this touchscreen display is curved and put together by some boffins from the University of Groningen. A trio of computers will handle the touch detection, while another one processes all the incoming touch input. Relying on […]

Pressure sensitive touchscreen displays a very real possibility
Haven’t you heard? The future is an exciting one, with quantum tunneling being applied to make pressure sensitive touchscreen displays a very real possibility sometime in the near future, thanks to the boffins at UK-based Peratech. This new methodology involves a 75-micrometer quantum tunneling composite which allows display makers to add to their screens without adding too much cost or going through too much trouble in the process. This new […]