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Fujitsu wants tablets with haptic feedback introduce next year
Fujitsu is working on tablet with haptic feedback, allowing the user to “feel” what is on the screen. For this purpose, the friction between the finger of the user, and the glass manipulated. The tablets should be released in 2015.
Fujitsu announced plans at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, where the company also shows a prototype, writes Engadget. It would be an “ultrasound system ‘in which the’ friction between the finger and the glass is manipulated. This would allow users such as the texture of the skin of an alligator can feel.
Other examples Fujitsu gave his strumming a harp or turning a combination lock. In theory, the functionality could also be used to allow users to feel where the edges of the buttons are on-screen keyboard, so typing easier. Or technology from Fujitsu is suitable, is unclear. The first tablet should come out next year.
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