• WordNet 3.6
    • n touchscreen a computer display that enables the user to interact with the computer by touching areas on the screen
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People in the market for a touchscreen device larger than their smartphone may find tablets like the iPad, or equivalent Android rivals compelling, but simply don't have the $400 or more to spend on a device.
HP Responds to Jobs' Touchscreen Stance .
This cheap substitution works with a variety of touchscreen gadgets.
3M has introduced two touchscreen styluses to make using smartphones and tablets easier for those looking for more precision than their thumbs can offer.
Griffin GC16040 Stylus for iPad, iPod, iPhone and Other Touchscreens.
The software giant has built a new touchscreen computer—a coffee table that will change the world.
It contains 30 touchscreen terminals where you can "reveal" whether you've won a cash prize.
Living in the age of the search engine and the smartphone means that the answers to everyday questions are only a few taps on a touchscreen away.
Several companies have hinted at touchscreen tablets that will arrive in the next year. Mutewatch Releases Svart, A Special Edition Touchscreen Watch Together With Artist Jesper Nyrén.
The new firmware upgrades for DH230 and DH250 Series DVR's plus other helpful resources supporting TouchScreen setup are now available at
Easy to use touchscreen .
The smallest of the Simrad NSS "Sport" series combines touchscreen , keypad and rotary knob control.
The OmniTouch 5.7e from HAI by Leviton's primary interface is an easy-to-use 5.7-inch Touchscreen that centralizes all home controls.
But touchscreens on ebook readers have serious problems.