Touch International Showcases Custom Touch Screen Solutions at Display Week
Austin, Texas – May 3, 2011 – Showcasing a full line of customizable, value-added display solutions, Touch International announced today it will feature cutting-edge projected capacitive and display enhancement technologies at Display Week 2011, hosted by the Society for Information Display (SID), at the Los Angeles Convention Center, in Los Angeles, Calif., May 15-20.
“The display industry is constantly changing and evolving, and Display Week gives professionals a chance to learn about the latest market trends and developments,” explains Touch International CEO, Michael Woolstrum. “It also gives companies, such as Touch International, an opportunity to communicate its message and build connections within the marketplace.”
A long-time supporter and exhibitor of SID and Display Week, Touch International will highlight how the use of value-added solutions, such as enhancement films and optical bonding, work to improve touch screen displays in any application.
Also featured will be the company’s industry-leading MulTI-Touch projected capacitive touch technology, with new customizable options, including micro-borders and chip-on-flex controllers. Boasting ultra-clear optics, rapid response times, high accuracy and strong durability, Touch International’s projected capacitive touch screens can take any application to the next level.
For more on Touch International, visit booth 1418 at Display Week or go to www.touchinternational.com/SID2011.
About Display Week 2011
The 49th SID International Symposium, Seminar and Exhibition, dubbed Display Week 2011 takes place May 15-20, 2011, at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, Calif. Display Week is the premier international gathering of scientists, engineers, manufacturers and users in the field of electronic-information displays. For more information on Display Week 2011, visit www.sid2011.org.
About Touch International
Touch International, headquartered in Austin, Texas, was founded in 2002 by Michael Woolstrum and long-time veteran, Gary Barrett, the company’s CTO and has become a world leader in touch screen and EMI filter technology. The company, with its partner DMC, Co. Ltd. in Osaka, Japan, operates eight manufacturing facilities worldwide with 1,200 employees. TI’s China factories manufacture Apple iPhone-type projected capacitive touch screens, resistive sensors and glass filter products used in touch screens, EMI, anti-reflective or anti-vandal filters.
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