Touch Screen

  • (noun): A computer display that enables the user to interact with the computer by touching areas on the screen.

Some articles on touch, touch screen, screen:

Sony Reader - Models and Availability - 2009 Models (Discontinued Late 2010) - Touch Edition PRS-600
... The PRS-600 was launched on August 2009 and it is also known as the "Touch Edition" ... The PRS-600 was announced at the same time as the touch-screen PRS-300 ... It is Sony's higher-scale, touch-screen edition of the reader ...
Samsung SCH-U940 - Form and Size
... The Glyde has a touch screen and a slide out QWERTY keyboard ... On the front of the phone, the only buttons are the home button, the screen lock button, the camera/camcorder button and the rocker switch ... When on the main phone touch screen without the QWERTY keyboard slid out, displayed on the screen are the dial pad, menu, contacts, quick navigation, and taskbar icons ...
Sony Reader - Models and Availability - 2008 Model (Discontinued Late 2009) - PRS-700
... (same resolution as before) is now a touch screen, removing the need for the 10 side buttons ... Note taking and virtual keyboard, made possible by the new touch screen ... Page turning buttons remain but can also be accomplished by touch screen gestures ...
Call Of Duty: World At War (Nintendo DS) - Gameplay
... The touch screen is utilized for aiming, as well as switching and reloading weapons, and several minigames ... The player double-taps the touch screen, or taps an icon on the touch screen, to go in and out of "aim-down sight" mode, which uses the weapon's iron sights to aim more accurately ...
HP-150
8088, was one of the world's earliest commercialized touch screen computers ... The screen is a 9" Sony CRT surrounded by infrared emitters and detectors which detect the position of any non-transparent object on the screen ... (which resulted in the bottom series of holes sometimes filling with dust and causing the touch screen to fail until the dust was vacuumed from the holes) ...

Famous quotes containing the words screen and/or touch:

    We like the chase better than the quarry.... And those who philosophize on the matter, and who think men unreasonable for spending a whole day in chasing a hare which they would not have bought, scarce know our nature. The hare in itself would not screen us from the sight of death and calamities; but the chase, which turns away our attention from these, does screen us.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)

    True. There is
    a beautiful Jesus.
    He is frozen to his bones like a chunk of beef.
    How desperately he wanted to pull his arms in!
    How desperately I touch his vertical and horizontal axes!
    But I can’t. Need is not quite belief.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)