Samsung Galaxy Tab Android Tablet uses Atmel MaXTouch touchscreen technology

Samsung Galaxy Tab Android Tablet uses Atmel MaXTouch touchscreen technology
Atmel has announced that Samsung has selected Atmel maXTouch solution to power the recently-launched GALAXY Tab, the first of Samsung’s new category of mobile tablet devices. Powered by version 2.2 of Google’s Android operating system, the Samsung GALAXY Tab features PC-like web-browsing, powerful multimedia features, mobile email, voice and video calling. This new tablet also has access to the vast array of applications available through Android Marketplace. The GALAXY Tab’s slim, lightweight profile packs a 1-GHz processor and a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen that is powered by Atmel maXTouch technology. The Samsung GALAXY Tab is being sold by mobile operator Vodafone Group PLC in many European markets and is expected to be offered by Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T in the US over the next few months.
The Atmel maXTouch solution offers higher performance, better accuracy, faster response times and lower power than competing solutions to provide a better user experience. Its true unlimited touch functionality and faster performance enable advanced features including rejection of unintended touches, multi-touch stretch/pinch and rotate gestures, and handwriting recognition on larger form factor screens, ranging from mobile Internet devices (MIDs) to PC Netbooks and notebooks. The maXTouch solution is based on Atmel’s proprietary microcontroller technology, combined with software algorithms for a more robust touch solution.
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