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Computex 2010: Waltop's pen touch soultions
Photo: Company [Jun 2, 2010]

At Computex Taipei 2010, pen touch solutions provider Waltop International is showcasing its full product lineup, ranging from USB/wireless tablets to specialized components such as an ultra-thin resistive PCB modules for e-book/e-reader solutions, and a transparent capacitive touch-screen panel and ASIC for LCD monitors and tablet PCs.

For tablet users, Digital Pen has replaced the mouse and provided users with a natural and intuitive input method. Waltop noted that its product lines incorporate a variety of special functions designed to meet the specific needs of people working in business, graphic design and education, and its Pen Touch modules are used by e-book reader makers and tablet PC makers across the industry, the company said.

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