Touch International simplifies touch screen customization process, gives customers flexibility to choose the design and performance features they want without high NRE fees.
Austin, TX – April 4, 2012 – Supplying OEMs and system integrators with a simplified design solution that’s heavy on flexibility but light on the wallet, Touch International announced today the launch of its new MulTI-Touch Ultra-Thin PCB Controller Series which features a complementing line of baseline projected capacitive sensor designs.
“Our customers are looking for a simplified solution that is easy to make their own,” explains Michael Woolstrum, Touch International CEO and co-founder. “By offering a series of touch screens and controllers that can be mixed and matched, our customers can tailor the design to fit their application while ultimately saving money by decreasing the design time and fees.”
Supporting up to 15.6” touch screens with up to 9mm of cover glass, the MulTI-Touch Controller series provides smart design and performance options, and features a profile height or .114” or less, giving display makers an ultra-thin, durable board for slim configurations.
For customers wanting to test the projected capacitive technology before they buy, MulTI-Touch Developer Kits are available in 7.0” and 10.1” sizes. See MulTI-Touch display solutions at http://touchinternational.com/products/multitouch-touch-screen.html.
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.
For more information about Touch International, contact: