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selinz
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re: Touchscreens adopt on-cover over in-cell
selinz   12/27/2011 10:18:57 PM
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Interesting concept. I could talk myself into something like this for my windows laptop if the price was right...

daleste
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re: Touchscreens adopt on-cover over in-cell
daleste   12/27/2011 1:18:12 AM
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This will also help for the problem of looking at the display at an angle. When I try to tap the display while looking at it from an angle, I seem to miss the target. With one less layer of glass, it should get better.

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re: Touchscreens adopt on-cover over in-cell
wilber_xbox   12/24/2011 2:53:39 PM
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Add-on touch screens have probability of liquid getting in the gap and spoil the touch function. I faced it and replacing the touch screen is an expensive as 40-50Euros. For smartphones, its about the 10% of the original cost. Hopefully, we find the integrated solution soon.



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