Wednesday, September 7, 2016

LCD Module Display: Why Go For Capacitive Touchscreen Technology?

An LCD module display that has capacitive touchscreen technology is widely used nowadays. From smartphones to tablet computers to automated teller machines, this technology offers users convenience and style. A capacitive touchscreen allows users to use their fingers to access their devices. It does this by detecting electrical charges that only a human body can produce. With capacitive technology, a device doesn’t need additional buttons anymore, making it more convenient. Also, heavy smartphone users are able to type multiple letters or numbers on a capacitive touchscreen while doing other tasks such as making a call or sending a text. This is because the technology responds so fast that the user doesn’t have to wait for each touch to register before making another command.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this blog. I have learned why there is a need to understand the uses of capacitive touchscreens technology. Nowadays the capacitive touchscreen technology is commonly used by many users from smartphones, tablet computer, automated teller machines and also for appliances. This technology offers a convenience and style because of its user-friendly features. With little pressure, capacitive touchscreens sense conductivity to register input, usually from the fingertip skin. Because we don’t need to apply pressure, capacitive touchscreens are more receptive than resistive touchscreens. Given that it works by sensing conductivity, the capacitive touchscreens can only be used with objects that have conductive properties which includes our fingertip and special styluses designed with a conductive tip. The quality of the image we see in the screen is higher than resistive touchscreen because of the glasses they use in each layer of the device. I like to read your blog. Thanks for sharing the good info.