Other than phones(&iPad), what electronics use touch screen technology?
- BenLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Electronics that use touch screens:
- Touchscreen Desktop Computers (e.g. HP Touchsmart)
- Tablets (e.g. iPad, HP Slate, Crunchpad, Google Tablet, etc.)
- Smartphones (e.g. iPhone, Android based)
- Portable Devices and Media Players (e.g. iPod Touch)
- Kiosks (e.g. Information Desk, Museum Interactive Interface)
- Global Position Systems (e.g. Garmin, TomTom)
- Automobile Interfaces (e.g. Toyota/Lexus)
- Home Appliances (e.g. Whirlpool 6th Sense Oven)
- Specialized Interfaces (e.g. Point of Sale Systems, Industrial Electronics)
- Home Automation Interfaces (e.g. HST-IW07 - Control Lights & Appliances)
- Smart White-board Technology (e.g. Touchscreen boards for classrooms)
- ?Lv 61 decade ago
Ben is pretty close, but he forgot about Table Top Games,
known as 'Megatouch' Computer games, found in your better
eating establishments and nite clubs.
Being a vending machine engineering technician, I have seen
a lot of variations of touchscreens. They operate on proximity
where you touch, forming an x and y axis wich a microprocessor
interprets this information to the game logic as required for your
command / choice being made by the tip if your finger.
This technology can also be found on your newer Internet
Juke Boxes as well.
I hope this is of some help to you and that it will inspire you to
study electronics and come up with a better way 2 do things.
Feel free 2 E-me.Source(s): >36 yrs. Electronic Experience.
- ImitationOfLifeLv 41 decade ago
HP Touchsmart PC, there is also a laptop version
- wertheimLv 43 years ago
sure and no. no cuz in case you placed it on your pocket, it ought to set off the contact show and do things you do not propose to do sure cuz its cool to be in a position to do stuff with in simple terms your palms. and under no circumstances buttons :)