HP 1000TX not a *real* touchscreen?

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by peterl, Jun 10, 2007.

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  1. bobmc

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    I am disappointed in the TX1000z's touchscreen sensitivity as well. It seems you shouldn't have to use so much pressure for recognition. I also have an iPaq hw6940 which works great with very little pressure. I can not understand how they were able to engineer this with such a small display and not provide the same thing in the much larger TX1000z display.
     
  2. Maarten

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    I felt the same way (disappointed) about the touch-screen. I use the tx1127ea (which is a European model, I think). However, I did notice the break-in period mentioned earlier. Even though I'm not using it as a tablet that much, already I'm feeling the sensitivity increasing. And I agree that a more sensitive touch-screen could have resulted in very annoying errors when you rest your wrist on the screen to write in the input box. All in all, I'm not yet exactly satisfied with the touch-screen, but I am seeing a pretty decent development in either my ability to use it effectively or the sensitivity of the screen.... Or both :D
     
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