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Dell Studio 17 N-trig DuoSense MultiTouch Driver

N-trig Multi-Touch Solution Available on Dell Studio 17 Laptop Combing the N-trig DuoSense solution with native multi-touch support in Microsoft Windows 7. This video demonstrates the capabilities of the true multi-touch DuoSense solution on the Dell Studio This driver provides support for N-Trig pen and multi-touch sensors. XT and XT2 and the HP TX2), and at least one model (Dell Studio 17) has a 17” sensor.

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Dell Studio 17 N-trig DuoSense MultiTouch Driver

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Dell Studio 17 N-trig DuoSense MultiTouch Drivers Windows

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N-Trig touchscreen Driver — The Linux Kernel documentation

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The driver also provides additional filtering and utility functions accessible with sysfs and module parameters. This driver has been reported to work properly with multiple N-Trig devices attached.

Adjusting parameters with sysfs will override the load time values, but only for that one device. The following parameters are used to configure filters to reduce noise: By holding off on deactivation for a few frames we can tolerate false erroneous disconnects, where the sensor may mistakenly not detect a finger that is still present. The ratio of physical to logical sizes is used to adjust the size based filter parameters.

Dell Studio 17 N-trig DuoSense MultiTouch 64 BIT Driver

Users reported seeing both inappropriately dropped contact and ghosts, contacts reported where no finger was actually touching the screen. Deactivation slack helps prevent dropped contact for single touch use, but does not address the problem of dropping one of more contacts while other contacts are still active. But now all is good.

It's what I did. Couldn't find a definitive answer to this question by Googling, hopefully some people will know.

I have a Dell Studio with Multi-touch that is still chugging along since I bought it in May I am not planning on changing any time soon, so I was wondering how OS-update friendly it is. Mainly, if its multi-touch capability will be Windows 8 compatible.

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