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Synaptics to Showcase Industry-Leading Human Interface Solutions At 2014 Consumer Electronics Show
Date:1/2/2014

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  • ForcePad®: Synaptics' award-winning, pressure-sensitive TouchPad for notebook PCs, which includes TypeGuard, brings a new dimension of control to users and became commercially available for the first time in 2013 with a leading OEM.
  • ClickPad™ 2.0: Named as an International CES Innovation 2014 Design and Engineering Award Honoree, ClickPad 2.0 with TypeGuard is the most advanced capacitive-sensing notebook TouchPad technology available with a leading OEM, delivering best in class durability and the industry's most responsive and consistent click performance.
  • Human Interface Innovations Tomorrow – A Glimpse Into the Future

    • Concept Prototypes: Continuing Synaptics' tradition of delivering thought-provoking and game-changing human interface solutions, the company will once again feature innovative prototypes, including a proximity-enabled TouchPad, a haptic-enabled TouchPad, a tactile touchscreen, a new set of user experiences on proximity-enabled handsets and more.
    • Fingerprint Authentication: Following its 2013 biometrics acquisition, Synaptics will highlight new capabilities in touch-based identity with authentication solutions addressing the explosive growth of this technology in consumer devices. Synaptics' new biometrics team will be demonstrating products enabling highly convenient, frictionless security for everything from mobile payment transactions, access to cloud-based services and enterprise mobile device security.
    • ThinTouch®: Keyboard solutions featuring unparalleled performance, thinness driven in part by retractable keys, and finger presence detection driven by Synaptics capacitive sensing capabilities, will be highlighted in a series of demo platforms.

    Synaptics will exhibit the industry's broadest family of solutions in a private meeting space (LVCC, South Hall 2,
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