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Company Overview of N-Trig Ltd.
N-Trig Ltd. provides controllers and various active pen types for touch-enabled smartphone, tablet, and Ultrabook devices. The company’s products include DuoSense active pen and multi-touch products; DuoSense controller chipset, which provides noise immunity to LCD noise, power supply noise, and other environmental noise sources; and DuoSense active pen that enhances touch-enabled devices with natural pen-on-screen input and advanced palm rejection, as well as discrete analog-IC and digital-IC products. It serves ODMs and OEMs of mobile computing devices. The company has operations in the U.S., Taiwan, China, Korea, Japan, and Israel. N-Trig Ltd. was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in T...
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Founded in 1999
Key Executives for N-Trig Ltd.
Head of North American Sales & Technical Support Team and President of N-Trig inc
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
N-Trig Ltd. Key Developments
Intel(R) Corporation Selects N-trig's DuoSense(R) Multi-Touch and Active Pen Technology
Feb 19 14
N-trig announced that Intel Corporation has implemented the DuoSense controller chipset into its Intel(R) Education Tablet, a device for the education market. The Android tablet features N-trig's thin active pen, specially designed to garage within the 10.1" screen system. Over the past few years, the education sector has experienced a rapidly increasing trend toward using touch-enabled devices in the classroom. While these devices were traditionally employed as content consumption devices, the Intel(R) Education Tablet with DuoSense active pen expands students' creativity.
N-Trig Ltd.'s DuoSense(R) Technology Selects for Sony's VAIO(R) Tap 11 and VAIO(R) Fit 13A/14A/15A
Oct 28 13
N-Trig Ltd. announced that the company's pen-and-touch controller chipsets are an integral part of Sony's new VAIO(R) Tap 11, Windows 8 tablet PC, as well as its innovative VAIO(R) Fit multi-flip(TM) PC. Sony's new devices provide robust and accurate multi-touch and pen experience for personal and enterprise users, including students seeking a natural 'pen on paper' feel for digital note taking, businesses that rely on a high degree of collaboration, and creative artists that require a precise and accurate pen performance. N-trig's DuoSense G4 Series 100 pen and touch technology, that was created in conjunction with Sony's new devices, provides improved noise tolerance for an optimal touch performance, even in the noisiest environments. Coupled with the DuoSense active pen's advanced palm rejection, hover and pressure sensitivity, this technology enables PC manufacturers to introduce writing capabilities to any touch-enabled device.
Acer Selects N-Trig Ltd.'s DuoSense Technology for Aspire R7-572 Notebook
Sep 3 13
N-Trig Ltd. announced that its technology has been implemented in the new Acer Aspire(R) R7-572, the notebook designed for the new computing lifestyle with multiple modes of operation. The superior performance of N-trig's pen technology propels new levels of productivity to pen input applications, enabling the user to write notes, annotate documents and photos, draw pictures and improve system control and collaboration. Acer demonstrates the new Aspire R7-572 at their booth # Hall 12/101 at IFA, Berlin, 6-11 Sept., 2013. The Aspire R7-572 delivers Full HD 15.6" screen resolution and features N-trig's latest DuoSense G4 Series 100 controllers and DuoSense Pen(TM) 2. With these upgraded controllers the touchscreen continues working even in excessively noisy environments. The active pen's new conductive tip material provides an enhanced user experience, while the pressure sensitivity pursues it even closer to pen-on-paper feel. Additionally, the pen hover provides a precise navigation tool for small icon activation when a finger touch is simply too large to be accurate on high resolution screens. The DuoSense advanced palm rejection allows users to place their hand on the screen for a natural and intuitive writing experience.
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