HDMI is a mainstream video/audio connector used in many devices. The HDMI connectors on our screens mean you can quickly connect them to Windows computers and laptops, and even game consoles like PlayStation and Xbox.
As society develops and uses touchscreens in more and more places, from the cell phones in our pockets to the touchscreen kiosks at our favorite fast food restaurants, touchscreens are taking over, the screens you see in the wild are commercial touchscreens, they are not available for personal use.
What is a touch panel
A touch panel is a device that allows users to interact with a computer by directly touching the screen. Integrating functionality into the monitor, such as a sensor that detects touch movements, can give instructions to the computer by letting it sense the position of a finger or stylus.
How do commercial touchscreens work?
There are two main types of commercial touchscreen technology – PCAP and infrared. Projected Capacitive (PCAP) touch technology is the most commonly used technology on the market. The displays are highly accurate, have fast response times, and can be used with edge glass on displays like our wall mounted PCAP touchscreens. PCAP works by a layer of protective glass and a grid of LCD sensors fixed between the panel, so when a finger touches the glass, the grid detects the coordinates of the touch point.
Why use a commercial touchscreen?
When deciding which touchscreen to use, consider what the product is designed for. commercial touchscreens designed for public use with specific features for their environment. For example, all of our commercial touchscreens have integrated Windows and Android dual operating systems that can even be used as touchmonitors when connected to an external media player. Maximum flexibility for integrators.
The current LCD touch panel application is more general, from the previous mobile phone to the commercial to install the touch screen in every car. Touchscreens are everywhere.