a visual display terminal screen that responds to instructions as the user touches the screen.
A transparent glass or hard plastic sheet that mounts over the display viewing area and allows users to make a choice and input via touching the screen.
The touch-sensitive display on all PDAs. Tap a stylus to an appropriate spot on the PDA's screen, determined by the software you use, and a task is performed automatically.
A sensitive overlay on a monitor that can detect pressure and activate a target where touched.
a glass or plastic window covering the computer monitor or display
an easy to use input device that allows users to control PC software and DVD video by touching the display screen
an enhancement added either internally or externally to a computer display
an excellent choice for students unable to opearate the mouse effectively whether for physical or cognitive reasons
an input device that allows users to operate a PC by simply touching the display screen
an intuitive computer input device that works by simply touching the display screen, either by a finger, or with a stylus, rather than typing on a keyboard or pointing with a mouse
A video monitor that also acts as an input device by the action of touching specific locations of the screen to perform some activity or action.
A computer monitor equipped with a special screen that allows the user to select buttons and icons simply by pushing directly on the screen, as opposed to having to utilize a mouse.
A display device that acts as an input device by responding to the touch of the user.
A display, usually an LCD, which has a matrix of transparent keys overlayed on it.
The touch concept has gained widespread popularity in mobile technology. The layers become conductive when pressure is applied to a spot, and coordinates are sent to the processor. Typically, the touchscreen component is attached directly to the top of the glass LCD panel.
A screen that can detect and respond to something, such as a finger or a stylus, pressing on it.
Touchscreens, touch screens, touch panels or touchscreen panels are display overlays which have the ability to display and receive information on the same screen. The effect of such overlays allows a display to be used as an input device, removing the keyboard and/or the mouse as the primary input device for interacting with the display's content. Such displays can be attached to computers or, as terminals, to networks.