Synaptics Fuse: Multi-input phone gets a grip

Concept phone points to how we'll be fingering, tilting, and even squeezing our phones in 2010 and beyond.

Synaptics Fuse
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If you thought tilting and swiping your iPhone was the future, just take a look at the Synaptics Fuse. It's a concept phone that points to how we'll be fingering, tilting, and even squeezing our phones in 2010 and beyond. We're lighting the fuse on this innovative concept and standing well back.

Santa Clara, Calif.-based touch-screen and trackpad manufacturer Synaptics has headed up a coalition of interface experts to produce what it calls a "next-gen mobile phone concept." It packs a 94mm (3.7-inch) WVGA AMOLED touch screen with a cool interface, rolling icons past the screen like they're on the surface of a 3D ball.

Read more of " Synaptics Fuse: Multi-input concept phone gets a grip " at Crave UK.

 

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