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or touch screen  (tŭch′skrēn′)
An electronic device that serves as a display screen and also registers input by detecting the touch of a finger or stylus on its surface.


or touch′ screen`,

a computer display that can detect and respond to the presence and location of a finger or instrument on or near its surface.
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Noun1.touchscreen - a computer display that enables the user to interact with the computer by touching areas on the screen
computer display, computer screen - a screen used to display the output of a computer to the user
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Touchscreens are everywhere in our lives and we applaud Boeing for taking the bold step to embrace this next evolution in flight deck technology for an advanced aircraft like the 777X, said Kent Statler, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Commercial Systems for Rockwell Collins.
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The new facility can handle up to sixth-generation (1850mm x 1500mm) glass, enabling the efficient production of thinner next-generation touchscreens.
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lt;p>'All Touchscreens are Not Created Equal'<p>In order to compare the phones, Moto developed a simple test, which implied drawing lines across the screens of all four phones using a drawing application.
The company said the new PA1575R touchscreen system and PT2275SW touchscreen LCD support its strategic commitment to address the growing use of touchscreens within specialty markets including POS terminals, retail digital signage, point-of-information displays, healthcare check-in stations or government information kiosks.
These trends were evident in a proliferation of new economical compressed-air dryers; increasing use of stainless steel as standard on blenders, feeders, and loaders at little or no extra cost; conveying controls with "plug-and-play" network connectivity and wireless/internet access; and icon-driven color touchscreens everywhere.
Touchscreens are similar to the displays used on laptop computers, with one notable exception.