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1. Posted: Sat 15th Jun 2013 21:09 BST
I have a question about the lower screen, It feels different then the upper screen, when I view my 3DS horizontally at the lower base, I notice that when I press the lower screen with my stylus It looks like the screen goes a little down and when you remove the stylus It goes normal, Its like the lower screen Is made of something plastic- glass-ish thing.
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2. Posted: Sat 15th Jun 2013 21:16 BST
...its a touch screen...lol. It's supposed to be like that so you can't break it easily.
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3. Posted: Sat 15th Jun 2013 21:25 BST
Oh, I never knew that xD
4. Posted: Sat 15th Jun 2013 21:26 BST
Yeah, pretty sure its because you're using a pen-like object and not your finger like you would on an iPad or something.
5. Posted: Sat 15th Jun 2013 21:45 BST
Oh, I see Thanks!
6. Posted: Sat 15th Jun 2013 22:07 BST
It's a resistive touch screen, the screen bending ever slightly is how it functions. Capacitive touch screens like on Apple products work differently, and are made of glass. No flexing in them.
7. Posted: Sun 16th Jun 2013 06:35 BST
The benefits of such a touch screen is high precision. The downside is it can only detect one point of contact.
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8. Posted: Sun 16th Jun 2013 09:14 BST
Off topic but I really would like a Trauma Center for 3DS, that's one of the few games which justify using a resistive touch screen over a capacitative one
9. Posted: Sun 16th Jun 2013 09:25 BST
I think it's the other way around. There are only a few games that would justifty a capacitive touch screen over a resistive one.
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