Neonode plans collaboration with Texas Instruments to develop next-generation touch screen devices

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Neonode and TI are working together on several commercial projects which use TI’s series of ultra-low-power MSP430 microcontrollers. By further co-development of zForce and TI’s 16-bit microcontrollers, OEM’s can touch enable any surface at a low cost, independent of underlying screen technology.

“Neonode’s technology enables TI’s ultra-low-power MSP430 microcontroller solutions in high-performance touch screens at a fraction of the cost and power consumption of existing implementations. We look forward to future collaboration with Neonode and its touch screen innovation,” said Adrian Valenzuela, MSP430 product marketing manager, TI.  

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