CSR's ultra-thin touch surface can bring a full-sized keyboard experience to protective tablet covers or add touch-sensitive areas to a desktop workspace
The touch surface combines Atmel's touch silicon technology, reel-to-reel printing from Conductive Inkjet Technology, CSR's CSR1010 chip and Bluetooth Smart
The "world's thinnest" touch-sensitive surface from Cambridge Silicon Radio
Scientists at Cambridge Silicon Radio (CSR) have developed a flexible computer keyboard that is paper thin and is claimed capable of transforming any area into a touch-sensitive surface. The company describes its creation as the world's thinnest wireless touch surface at 0.5 mm thick, and offers consumers a low-power Bluetooth technology featuring "the latest in printable, flexible electronics and touch screen sensing."
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