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touch-sensitive

adj
(Computer Science) (of a computer input device) activated by the user touching parts of it, esp a screen
Translations

touch-sensitive

[ˈtʌtʃˈsensɪtɪv] ADJsensible al tacto

touch-sensitive

[ˌtʌtʃˈsɛnsɪtɪv] adjsensibile al tatto
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According to a recent patent sighting, Apple has started working on touch-sensitive buttons.
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said Tuesday it will release two Blu-ray DVD recorder/player models, featuring a touch-sensitive remote controller and full high-definition specifications, on May 24.
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The unit's new design also features a Windows-based operating system in which all controls and system data are displayed and operated on a touch-sensitive, flat panel video screen located on the VIP unit's control panel and/or on a separate remote.
In addition to four configurable analog blocks and four configurable digital blocks, the CY8C21x34 devices provide eight Kbytes of flash memory for program storage and 512 bytes of SRAM for data, making it ideal for cost-sensitive consumer and industrial control applications such as touch-sensitive control panels, security sensors and control, smart temperature, pressure and flow sensors, large sensor arrays, fan controllers and battery chargers.
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