Synaptics, a leading human interface solutions developer for entertainment devices, mobile computing and communications, has recently announced the two new Windows phones, namely the KIN TWO and the KIN ONE, features its capacitive sensors in the ClearPad 2000 series of touchscreens. Manufacturers who want established and tested capacitive touchscreens for enhancing their mobile gadgets for scrolling, navigation, etc, will be able to use the Synaptics ClearPad.
These KIN phones cater for the social generation and use the ClearPad solutions of Synaptics to feature intuitive touch input. The ClearPad solutions enable high performance gestures. Gestures like swipe can be utilized by the users for navigating the new Loop home-screen. Drag gestures enable users to move on their favorite content and contacts, to the Spot feature where they will be able to focus on sharing and viewing content with at a finger’s touch.
Like every solution of Synaptics, ClearPad is supported by the dedicated solution stack of Synaptics as well as engineering services from its global customer design centers for meeting the multi-dimensional engineering challenges faced by customers while developing and implementing enhanced human interfaces. Synaptics integrates these critical capabilities to enable OEMs to develop dependable, and intuitive human interfaces that cater for usage and design needs.
Synaptics ClearPad Series provides the widest range of established and enhanced capacitive touchscreen technology. These capacitive touchscreen solutions with high resolution deliver rich functionality in a limited space to the users. A ClearPad touch sensor offers discoverable user-friendly interface for interactive input, selection, screen navigation, and so on.