Ultra-thin touchscreen suits handheld applications

Fuller, Meghan
September 2003
Portable Design;Sep2003, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p39
Features the Digital Ink touchscreen technology developed by Touch International for handheld applications. Specifications; Sensitivity of the device; Availability; Contact information.


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