Looking forward to new business opportunities for multi-touch technology
When it comes to touch-enabled electronics, most people are most intuitively thinking about mobile phones. Then, with the advancement of mobile phones, touch technology is constantly improving and evolving. According to the Digitimes survey report, the proportion of touch panels in all mobile phones will be approximately 21.% in 2009, but by 2012, it will reach a proportion of approximately 40%. In the future, touch panels will be based on projected capacitance. Its transparency, resolution, and durability are all advantages over traditional capacitive ones. And multi-touch: single-touch also from the proportion of 14:86 in 2008, will reach 32:68 in 2010, so most of the current Smart Phone use multi-touch technology as the use mode. In addition to the most widely used and accepted mobile phones, other major consumer electronics products such as NB and PC have also begun to seize new market opportunities with the introduction of software operating systems and panel technology. As far as the new generation can use touch technology For example, e-books, e-readers, and home appliances, etc., are still in a wait-and-see mode, due to the impact of price or the fact that consumer behavior patterns have not yet been established. However, under the niche factor that the component supply chain technology is more mature and the production cost is gradually reduced, the touch world is still widely expected by consumers.