resistive screen


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resistive screen

A touchscreen that is pressure sensitive. The other major touchscreen technology is "capacitive," which uses the electricity in your body. For details, see touchscreen.
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Despite its resistive screen and other flaws, one cannot expect more.
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Resistive screens consume less power and are tougher.
Resistive screens consist of multi-layered surfaces that use pressure to connect one surface to another so the device knows where the user is touching.
These initial products are resistive screens, the most prevalent of four touch technologies on the market.

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