It’s a little buggy, but the idea behind Sensa is pretty neat.
Synaptics believes its ForcePad, ClickPad, and ThinTouch Keyboard will be key to modernizing the user interface for computers.
Synaptics announced today that is releasing three new touch-focused technologies for laptops and other mobile devices: ForcePad, ThinTouch, and ClearPad. But the most interesting new technology is ForcePad …
Synaptics showed off how touch controls will change in the next year at the recent Consumer Electronics Show. Synaptics has a big market share in touch application hardware and it showed off its latest products at the show.
Chip maker Atmel is delivering technology advances at the Consumer Electronics Show that will result in better touchscreens and chargers. This means we’ll soon have thinner, more accurate and more battery-efficient gadgets to buy.
Synaptics, the maker of touch pads and other input devices for computers and phones, has hired former Advanced Micro Devices executive Rick Bergman as its new chief executive.
Now that capacitive touchscreens have become the standard in mobile devices, many are looking for the next big innovation.