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How Haptic Touchscreen works

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HowStuffWorks has an interesting articIle about how Haptic technology works and various systems that use this technology. As part of this article, it covers a new phone from Samsung called Haptic Anycall and it puts the Apple iPhone to shame. In addition to the standard response to touch, this phone gives the user 22 different type of feedback, including clicks, vibrations and other tactile inputs.

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Written by dvdand

July 27, 2008 at 8:16 pm

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  1. […] singingshiver wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerptAs part of this article, it covers a new phone from Samsung called Haptic Anycall and it puts the Apple iPhone to shame. In addition to the standard response to touch, this phone gives the user 22 different […] […]

  2. […] How Haptic Touchscreen worksYahoo has an interesting articIle about how Haptic technology works and various systems that use this technology. As part of this article, it covers a new phone from Samsung called Haptic Anycall and it puts the Apple iPhone to shame. […]

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  4. […] How Haptic Touchscreen worksYahoo has an interesting articIle about how Haptic technology works and various systems that use this technology. As part of this article, it covers a new phone from Samsung called Haptic Anycall and it puts the Apple iPhone to shame. … […]

    samsung anycall haptic

    July 28, 2008 at 4:18 am

  5. […] a keyboard for typing email. You can read about these and other future technologies here. Also, as I reported earlier, Samsung has developed a haptic phone that provides 22 different feedback to touch. Posted by […]

  6. […] touchscreen phone and the supersized brother of Samsung Omnia. The Haptic 2 is an upgrade to the Anycall Haptic and comes with huge 3.2 inches full touchscreen. It retains the DMB television,  integrated […]


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