Kyocera touchcreens feel like real buttons, avert inaccuracies
Working on touchscreens can be quite cumbersome. With the addition of more sophisticated apps and even higher resolution displays, the size of buttons on touchscreens is reducing. Those with pudgy fingers are found ever complaining about their inability to type in an error-free manner. Much to the comfort of these, we have Kyocera roll out their new screen technology that enables users to experience the joys of using real buttons. This will also simplify gaming and other applications that require correctness in precision in touch environments. Kyocera makes use of piezoelectric elements in the new screens This surely redefines the tangibility of touch screens. Having varying response is quite a novel idea in this space. So you can have a squidgy button at one time that changes into a loud clicker the other, on the same screen!
Suddenly, touchscreens seem to be for everyone. The tangible joys of easy usage stand high above other pleasures such as resolution and the sort. Screens are getting better as we saw in yesterdays Japan Display versions.