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touch screen

In computing and electronic health records, a touch-sensitive display screen. Pressing a finger onto the screen at various points allows the user to select options from a menu or enter data.
See also: screen
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John McCain sailors were using the integrated bridge and navigation system, IBNS, a multi-functional pair of touchscreens designed by Northrop-Grumman.
Elo's 6553L touchscreen gives users the ability to configure the solution to fit their application, and to connect and collaborate through an open modular platform for ISVs and SIs (system integrators).
All the VersaLink devices feature a touchscreen user interface that can be personalized for different work environments within the Xerox App Gallery .
A total of 715 parents were questioned about their children's touchscreen use and sleep patterns.
Second, because many existing studies on touchscreen technology and toddlers consist of descriptive reports on statistical figures (Common Sense Media, 2013; Cristia & Seidl, 2015; Hart Research Associates, 2014; Kabali et al., 2015), we lack an in-depth understanding of what motivates parents to engage in mediation of children's new media use and how parents cope and manage this process in their everyday lives (Shin, 2015).
"Rising adoption of touchscreen devices by various business segments such as consumer electronics, industrial, automotive and healthcare is projected to augur well for India touchscreen display market through 2021.
This new customer develops and sells touchscreens and touchscreen-enabled systems for non-consumer markets such as retail, digital signage, industrial, medical, transportation, and others.
The touchscreens are available in a wide range of sizes from 17" up to 27" diagonal, and can be configured into the work surface of the consoles to add to Knurr's extensive list of ergonomic features.
(NASDAQ: CY) has completed the divestiture of its TrueTouch mobile touchscreen business to Parade Technologies, Ltd.
Almost everyone, from adults to small children, is now very familiar with touchscreen interaction in handheld electronic devices, and increasingly in domestic appliances, gym equipment, self-service terminals and bank ATMs.
According to the Cisco Visual Network Index, by 2016 nearly 10 billion electronic devices connected to the Internet will be operated through a touchscreen interface, including smartphones, tablets, laptops, cameras, information kiosks, and home entertainment centers.
PUTTING the right graduate into a growing business has helped a marketing agency position itself at the forefront of cutting-edge touchscreen technology.