In an effort to avoid legal ramifications that could come out of a court ruling later this week, HTC may looking at the possibility of changing its touch-sensor supplier. The current Atmel maxTouch sensors used by HTC on their phones are based on a system called “touch ITO pattern” which is very similar ... Read More »
Who has the industry’s highest performing stylus for tablets and handsets? We have seen a handful of Android devices with stylus accessories, but that number should greatly increase thanks advancements from Atmel and new developer features found in Android 4.0. Atmel is already one of the leaders in capacitive touch solutions on Android devices and the company ... Read More »
When I got to go hands-on with the Galaxy Tab earlier this month, I found it had one of the most responsive touch screens I have ever used on a tablet. At the time no one could tell me what touch sensor was being used, but thanks to a new press release we ... Read More »
As we pointed out several months ago, not all touch screen sensors are created equal. Many first generation Android phones used the older Synaptics ClearPad 2000 sensor, but now handset makers are beginning to transition to the newer Atmel maXTouch.
The Atmel maXTouch sensors (mxt224) offer superior performance and low power ... Read More »
The Atmel maXTouch sensors offer superior performance and low power consumption.