You might have been reading about capacitive and resistive touchscreens but may not be sure about the real-world differences. Capacitive Touchscreens receive more favorable reviews than Resistive Touchscreens. But we have seen some strong views in favor of Resistive Touchscreens as they are more accurate. Here we have come up with some of the differences of these screens which show you the way while purchasing some mobile or tablet which surface is better.
The Resistive screens are usually inexpensive whereas the capacitive screens are much costlier than resistive ones. The Resistive screens can be operated with any pointing device but in capacitive screens the pointed devices do not work. Capacitive screens can sense more than one finger press at a time and brings a major advantage – they can support multi touch interfaces. For those of you who have never used such an interface we can give you the example of Google maps in which while zooming on multitouch screens you can spread your fingers outwards for Zoom in and for Zoom out do the opposite to it.
When it comes to visibility, there isn’t much difference between the screen when used indoors. Outdoors, however, you’ll usually find that Capacitive screens look better in bright sunlight. Both types will always look worse than a non-touchscreen, because all those layers of glass and plastic placed in front of the image will scatter the bright ambient light.
Even though the Resistive Touchscreens are more accurate and inexpensive today most of the mobiles consist of Capacitive screens because of the multitouch feature because today there are many games and apps which requires the multitouch and this even helps users to work fast.
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