Atmel Announces mXT1386 and mXT616, Atmel maXTouch Chipsets for Large Touchscreens
Atmel announced Atmel maXTouch™ mXT1386 and mXT616 chipsets for large touchscreens up to 15 inches. Atmel maXTouch technology has established a leading position in one of the fastest growing markets in the entire semiconductor industry. The new mXT1386/mXT616 chipsets are the newest members of the maXTouch family and will power a number of upcoming touch devices including tablet PCs, smartbooks, mobile Internet devices (MIDs), Netbooks, PC notebooks and a range of industrial applications.
Atmel mXT1386/mXT616 chipsets offer industry-best multi-touch with unlimited touch capability; lowest power consumption; fastest response time; and the highest signal-to-noise ratio to detect the most sensitive touches with a finger nail, stylus and a user with gloves on his hands. These chipsets also reject unintended touches including grip and palm rejection to enable an easy-to-use, intuitive and seamless touch experience for the user. Atmel mXT1386/mXT616 chipsets enable enhanced gestures, faster response times and the highest touch performance for the best accuracy, linearity and repeatability.
A complete solution is available for the Atmel mXT1386/mXT616 maXTouch chipsets based on a variety of ITO partners, LCD suppliers and touch module vendors. These partners offer an open eco-system for innovative product development and provide system designers more choices to develop touch functionality in their touchscreen devices. Atmel maXTouch technologies also include software drivers with a number of operating systems including Android™, Linux®, Microsoft® Windows® and webOS. The Atmel mXT1386 has also received the “Compatible with Windows 7″ logo for over 10 multi-touches on a 10.1 inch maXTouch™ technology touchscreen device.
Atmel maXTouch Chip
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