Getac Tablet PC has glove-friendly touchscreen

Posted on Thursday, Oct 08 2009 @ 17:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Getac has introduced a new rugged tablet PC which features a new multi-touch display technology that allows you to work on the screen with gloves on. This feature comes in handy for users who need to work in cold conditions. The Getac V100 tablet uses Windows 7 and has a display with a 2024 x 2048 resolution, 35ms response time and 100 points per second report rate.
Speaking about the launch of the new multi-touch display, Peter Molyneux, Business Development Director, Getac UK, said: "Our customers work in some of the most extreme environments and weather conditions where touch screen technology and flick gestures are faster, safer, and more convenient than using a keypad.

"As a leading innovator in advanced rugged computer technology, it is only fitting that Getac is the first to offer multi-touch technology that can be used with or without gloves."

Source: Tech Radar

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