The ClearPad™ Series 3 Family
The Synaptics ClearPad portfolio offers capacitive touchscreen input for a complete range of devices, including entry-level feature phones, high-end smartphones, large form-factor tablets, and more.
ClearPad Series 3 products are purpose-built for today’s highest performance mobile devices with up to 5” displays. Trusted by top OEMs around the world, Series 3 combines the high performance and advanced features to enable the industry’s most exciting mobile devices.
ClearPad Series 3 family delivers:
- Highly Accurate, Responsive 10-Finger Touch
Advanced processing algorithms and optimized touch-sensing controller hardware provide very accurate, responsive, and stable multi-finger position reporting.
- High Performance Passive Pen
High signal-to-noise ratio and new sensing algorithms enable advanced user input capabilities, such as point-contact stylus detection with automatic stylus/finger disambiguation.
- Widest Range of Sensor Stackups and Design Options
Flexible and extensible technology enables a wide range of sensor stackups and industrial design options, including Chip-on-Main-Board, Discrete Sensor, On-Glass-Sensor, In-Cell, and On-Cell implementations.
- Design Studio™ 4 Compatible
The Series 3 family is fully compatible with Synaptics Design Studio 4 for unmatched design flexibility and quick time-to-market.
- Proven Technology
Synaptics capacitive touch-sensing technology is used in over one billion devices, backed by an unmatched track record of getting devices to market.
Synaptics delivers a broad range of services that go far beyond standard chip offerings, offering deep system engineering and human factors expertise. Our services enable device manufacturers to deliver a consistent high-quality user experience across a wide range of products.
Wireless and Mobile News
ClearPad Series 3 technology optimizes the touch by automatically detecting the presence of skin, gloved fingers, or fingernails, giving users a seamless multi-touch experience regardless of input methods, noted a news release from Synaptics.