Client, N-trig, has announced that Intel has selected its technology for integration in its new UrbanMax mobile computer. The UrbanMax is currently a concept platform and is being demonstrated at the Intel Developers Forum. See: http://blogs.intel.com/idf/ to learn more about the event.
Client, N-trig, the provider of DuoSense™ technology combining pen and zero-pressure touch for mobile and fixed computers into a single device, announced today that its DuoSense™ technology now has full multi-touch capabilities designed for large format displays.
RC International today announced that its customer N-trig Ltd. is the winner of the ‘Best Configurable SoC Design’ award. It was presented to our client, Lenny Engelhardt, vice president of business development at N-trig at the second annual ConfigCon™ Israel developer conference held April 1, 2008 in Herzliya.
An ARC customer, N-trig is the provider of DuoSense™ technology that combines pen and zero-pressure touch for mobile and fixed computers into a single device. N-trig’s DuoSense digitizers are faster, more sensitive and accurate, use less power, and are easier to integrate than traditional solutions. The digitizers are based on transparent sensor technology and use capacitive touch instead of resistive touch, enabling the best touch experience in any input device for the personal computing industry.
If you are a journalist or industry analyst planning to attend SID 2008 in Los Angeles, May 18 - 23 and would like to meet with our client, N-trig during show hours, please call me at 210-820-3070 ext. 103 or send an email to: alan at weinkrantz dot com.
One of my personal favorite gadget blogs, Engadget, has awarded Dell Computer with its award as being the best Tablet PC of 2007. Launched last November, Dell's Latitude XT, was the company's first entry into the tablet space. The core Dual Mode technology for this computer comes from client, N-trig.
Bob Bushway, over at GottaBeMobile, has an innovative approach to reviewing mobile related devices such as notebooks and tablet PC.s
In this episode, he reviews the pen and touch technology on the Dell Latitude Xt which is based on client, N-trig's Capacitive Touch technology, which he says has the best touch + pen experience on the market. "It is smooth, soft, and accurate, allowing for a more intuitive user experience than currently available in passive or other dual-mode offerings," says Bob.
Check this post, where he tears the unit down to see what's under the hood. Well done!
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