Synaptics to Showcase Latest Innovations in Human Interface Solutions

BARCELONA, Synaptics Inc. announced it will showcase its industry-leading human interface and fingerprint ID solutions at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona from February 24-27. Following a successful showcase at CES 2014, Synaptics will highlight a combination of smartphone, tablet and notebook PC product wins alongside new technologies that address key human interface trends.

MWC 2014 Focus Areas

•Active Pen: The industry's first Windows 8.1 certified active pen solution for smartphone, tablet and notebook PC touchscreens helps eliminate multiple discrete system components to deliver always-on stylus capability.
•ClearPad® 3350: The industry's first full High-Definition (HD) In-Cell touchscreen is powered by the ClearPad 3350 single-chip touch controller solution, delivering Nexus 5 users best-in-class touch sensitivity and a 10-finger multi-touch experience.
•ClearPad™ Single-Layer On-Cell (SLOC): The industry's first touchscreen design to fuse the touch controller and liquid crystal display (LCD) together into one sleek stack-up, available the Yulong 8908 smartphone for the China market.
•Fast IDentity Online (FIDO) Alliance: FIDO was formed to enhance the nature of online authentication by developing an open, scalable technical standard to help facilitate the adoption of strong, easy to use authentication that reduces the reliance on passwords to authenticate users.
•Natural ID™: Synaptics will highlight fingerprint ID as a key platform to address the explosive growth of biometric sensing across a FIDO-enabled ecosystem from mobile payment transactions and cloud-based services to enterprise mobile device security.
•3D-Touch™:Powering the Samsung Galaxy S4 in 2013 as AirView™, this gesture technology expands user interface possibilities with proximity, finger hover and air swipe functionality.

For more information on Synaptics' products and solutions, visit http://www.synaptics.com.
 

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