One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(of an electronic device's interface or display) responsive to touch.‘a touch-sensitive control panel’‘the advent of touch-sensitive computer displays’
- ‘There's a home screen with big icons showing which apps are installed, and you navigate using a touch-sensitive screen.’
- ‘Gone is the large green power switch, replaced with a more subtle touch-sensitive power button on the right.’
- ‘The operating systyem is designed to work well with touch-sensitive screens, but the displays add to the cost of a PC.’
- ‘I'm all for the use of real buttons versus touch-sensitive controls.’
- ‘The set is also pretty easy to operate, via touch-sensitive controls on the speaker or the included remote.’
- ‘That mysterious rectangle could be a touch-sensitive panel, or could be a separate display.’
- ‘Among the innovations in the device are sensors made of a touch-sensitive artificial skin, thin rubber sheets that contain long microchannels filled with a liquid metal alloy.’
- ‘All three models feature touch-sensitive controls mounted on top of their cabinets.’
- ‘It is just wide enough to give an adult male thumb a good grip without too much chance that it'll accidentally tap the touch-sensitive screen.’
- ‘MasterCard launches the 'Display Card' with LCD screen and touch sensitive buttons’
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