Review: LG Versa
When the hell are these companies going to learn???
touch capacitive screens allow 95% of the light to shine through giving the customer a brighter screen (sunlight legibility) and better colors!
if your wife doesn't like the ipod touch then get her a useless Zune!
Great...a brighter screen so the battery can die even faster!!
did you read what i said... the reason its brighter IS BECAUSE its touch capacitive it uses the same back lighting that touch resistive would use but more light shines through since there is no second semi-transparent layer to shine through.
touch capacitive is a better technology in EVERY way EXCEPT that you can only use skin or a electrically charged stylus as an input.
Resistive screens are pressure sensitive and can be touched with a finger, stylus or just about any pointed object. They use two active layers: a flexible plastic layer on top of a rigid plastic or glass layer, with insulated spacers in between. The layers are coated with indium tin oxide, and different voltages are applied across the coatings, typically alternating between the layers. When touched, the front layer picks up the voltage from the back, and the back layer picks up the voltage from the front, enabling the controller to determine the X-Y location.
Although the least expensive, the resistive method blocks up to 45% of the light from the CRT or LCD screen due to the multiple layers and coatings.
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