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  • N-trig Provides Pen and Multi-Touch-Enabled Mobile Computing Environment for Students Heading Back to School
  • N-tri's DuoSense(R) Solution Offers Students Mobile Productivity at Home, in the Classroom, and on the Go

    KFAR SABA, Israel and AUSTIN, Texas - Students heading back to college campuses and classrooms this fall are continuing to adopt the next phase in mobile computing, looking for tablets that offer the mobility of a laptop, paired with the productivity of traditional pen and paper. N-trig DuoSense(R) solution offers pen and projected capacitive multi-touch capabilities on a single device for a more interactive and creative approach to mobile computing and a more productive and precise user experience that cannot be achieved using touch alone. A video demo of the DuoSense solution highlights how a pen and multi-touch enabled computing device enables enhanced productivity and content creation on the move for true mobility in computing, whether in the classroom, at a coffee shop, or in the boardroom. The video can be found at http://tinyurl.com/3oe5rzz.

    With the N-trig DuoSense solution, students are able to take advantage of the benefits of the Digital Pencil in a mobile computing environment. N-trig DuoSense solution provides students with a completely versatile device that enables both pen and touch input, which is ideal for classroom usage.

    Students can utilize N-trigs Digital Pencilon tablets for mobile computing tasks including:

    As students head back to school in 2011, they have a distinct advantage because OEMs are now offering pen and multi-touch enabled tablets, says Gary Baum, AVP Product Marketing at N-trig. Together with N-trigs DuoSense solution, students now have access to a completely productive mobile computing environment. Equipped with a device that offers true flexibility and mobility, students can turn time at the local coffee shop, mall or on the bus ride home into a productive, educational experience.

    N-trig DuoSense-enabled solutions are available on leading tablets and convertibles from leading PC manufacturers.

    About N-trig

    N-trig DuoSense offers a complete solution to the ever-increasing demand for productivity on the move, utilizing pen capabilities for greater levels of interactive creativity, and advancing basic touch consumption to a much greater potential for simultaneous input, for a true Hands-on computing experience. Supporting various Windows, Linux and Android distributions, DuoSense can be implemented across a wide variety of form factors, including slates, netbooks, tablets and desktop replacements, supports all LCDs and a wide variety of industrial design options for mobile products, and keeps devices slim and light. N-trig has offices in Israel, the US, Taiwan, China and Japan. For more information, please visit www.n-trig.com.

    Contact Information:

    Europe and Middle East:N-trig, Ltd., 15 Atir Yeda Street, 2nd Floor, Kfar Saba 44643Tel. +972-9-799-9600, Fax No. +972-9-799-9666, www.n-trig.com, info@n-trig.com.

    North America:N-trig, Inc., 3409 Executive Center Drive, Suite 216, Austin, Texas 78731Tel.+1 512-351-8111, www.n-trig.com, info@n-trig.com.

    Asia Pacific:10F-2, #408, Rueiguang Rd., Neihu District, Taipei 114, TaiwanTel: + 886 2 2658 1337, Fax. + 886 2 2658 1367, www.n-trig.com, apac_info@n-trig.com

    N-trig Ltd. 2011. All rights reserved

    N-trig, N-trig Ltd., Hands-on, Hands-on computing and DuoSense are the exclusive properties of N-trig, Ltd., and are registered or pending registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and may be registered or pending registration in other countries. All other N-trig trademarks, including N-act and Digital Pencil service marks, and logos may be registered or pending registration in the U.S. or in other countries. All further trademarks mentioned herein are believed to be trademarks of their respective owners.


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