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Sneak Peak at Fuse, a Mobile Phone Concept with Synaptics Touch Sensors - CES 2010

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by , 01-10-2010 at 01:40 AM (3830 Views)

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Synaptics makes sensors for mobile phones and netbooks including the capacitive touch sensor for the new Nexus. They produce touchpads for 90% of the netbook market and 70% of the notebook market. Robyn shows us the Fuse concept phone created with Alloy (industrial design and UI), TAT (UI engine), Immersion (haptic feedbacks) and Texas Instruments (OMAP 3630).

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The keyboard is $129 and runs over ultra wideband. The cheaper wireless version is in the $80 range. Touch to control volume, change the control pad, and icons that can be mapped to macros of your choice.