By thesadone - 03/07/2010 06:49 - United States
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To all those people who are retards and do not know: Capacitive touch screens work via electrical conductivity - that is to say you can control it with anything that's conductive (as long as it's got a big enough contact area to bridge the connection between copper wires in the screen).
234 - Trust me, it's not heat. I can't explain why some people can't control it as well when their hands are cold, but it still works fine with me in that situation and I can use ice cold metal to control it too. It's called a capacitive touch screen, not a heat sensing one.