Forget about touch pads and clickpads, the latest way to interface with your laptop is the pressure-sensitive ForcePad.
Forget about touchpads and clickpads, the latest way to interface with your laptop is the pressure-sensitive ForcePad.
Long a force in touch pads, Synpatics is branching out into keyboards, with the thin and touch-enabled ThinTouch. Perhaps this could emerge in a laptop someday soon, or maybe this technology is destined for a future generation of hybrid Windows 8 tablets.
Get ready for the next generation of laptop touch technology, as we take a sneak peek at the Clickpad 3.0.
Can laptops catch up to the multitouch capabilities of tablets and smartphones? Synaptics' new ClickPad will try.
Concept phone points to how we'll be fingering, tilting, and even squeezing our phones in 2010 and beyond.
The Synaptics Fuse is a concept phone showing off various new interfaces, but we've seen it in action and we're wishing it was real
Synaptics has unveiled the Fuse, a concept phone showcasing the interfaces of the future. From a 3D touchscreen to squeezy bits, we take a look at the future of feeling up your phone
CNET talks to Synaptics, a provider of fingerprint recognition technology, to see how the industry will counter Apple.
A joint effort with Intel, Synaptics, and Elan will try to correct some of the limitations in today's trackpads for Windows 8 notebooks.