Preventing Common Latency Problems with Projected Capacitive Systems

“Latency”, simply put, is the delay between a user’s input and a computer’s response. It refers to the delay caused as data travels between two physical points (such as between cities or countries) on the Internet. It also refers to other types of computer-based delay. For example, many touch screen devices have a small amount of latency. In some operating environments, or over time, this latency can become more noticeable.

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