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Resistive and Multitouch - Stantum show of new screens

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Quite a lot of people have something against capacitive screens, as they're typically less accurate, and for a lot of purposes such as sketching I agree. Stauntum who previously demonstrated a very responsive resistive multitouch screen are again trying to bring the best of both to one device.

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It features pressure sensing, multitouch with many points of contacts, and an incredible level of sensitivity for resistive screens.

Is this what you'd like in a smartphone?

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This is better than any shoddy capacitive screen if you ask me!!

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Unfortunately the world is too busy trying to be the iphone for this to take off.

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Unfortunately the world is too busy trying to be the iphone for this to take off.

QFT.

Capacitive may have it in the sensitivity stakes but resistive wins for "resolution" as it were. Saying that with a specialist stylus a capacitive screen can also be pretty good.

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yeh, but most ppl think iphone was the first pda/smartphone. they get excited about new productivity apps we've been using since PPC2002, think that unlimited data plans are a must, and that nobody can write neatly.

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wow its as sensitive as the capacitive one but it can work with the stylus...

but then how much devices would cost if they use that uber sensitive screen???

I'll just wait for it to become cheaper

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