Pros and Cons: Projected Capacitive

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Projected Capacitive Touch technology is a type of capacitive touch technology and is used in smart phones and tablets. These screens are made up of a grid of rows and columns of conductive material layered on sheets of glass. They are used in a wide variety of applications and typically range in size from 17” – 46”.

Pros:

— Considered the gold standard for touch technology

— Extremely durable glass front surface

— Good optical quality

— Extremely accurate

— Work with fingers, thin gloves (medical) and PCAP styluses

— Multi-touch functionality up to 60 points depending on size

— Plug-and-Play compatible with Windows 7/8

Cons:

— Expensive compared to other technologies

 

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