News about Sensel

News about Sensel

Engadget

“Now, Sensel has announced that the first product to use its tech will be Lenovo’s thinnest-ever ThinkPad, the X1 Titanium Yoga.”

January, 2021

Business Insider

“Sensel Supplies Force Touch Technology For Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga”

January, 2021

Design-Milk

“[Sensel] technology allows for more nuanced control using force detection, delivering variable scrolling speed dependent upon user force upon the pad surface.”

January, 2021

Engadget

“…the [Haptic Touchpad] prototype is spot on. It has a smooth glass finish and recognizes multi-finger gestures flawlessly. Honestly, it’s undeniably better than the trackpad on my two-year-old Dell XPS 15.”

January, 2021

PC Mag

“Sensel…now supplies the haptic technology for Lenovo’s new ThinkPad X1 Titanium Yoga, unveiled at CES this week. In perhaps the surest sign that haptic technology is ready for primetime on Windows laptops, the X1 Titanium’s pad is pretty much indistinguishable from that of any other ThinkPad.”

January, 2021

AP

“The Haptic Touchpad enables notebook manufacturers to produce devices with improved specifications and game changing new applications. The module that powers it is just three millimeters thick, allowing for a dramatic reduction in device thickness or the option to fit a larger battery for longer life.”

January, 2021

Silicon Valley Business Journal

“Sensel opens a world of interactions with its interface tech — via stylus, through gloves, even underwater.”

April, 2020

TechCrunch

“The new $28 million Series A brings [Sensel’s] total funding up to $38 million, courtesy of Susquehanna International Group, Morningside Group, SMiT, Palm Commerce Holdings Co. Ltd, Chariot Gold Limited, SV Tech Ventures and Innolinks Ventures.”

March, 2020

Crunchbase

“Sensel intends to use its fresh funding to expand its production, customer support and supply chain capabilities.”

January, 2020

Mrwhosetheboss

“The more I used this tech, the more I started to realize the full potential. For starters, having fully software based buttons means you can configure everything. All of the sudden, left handed users can actually have a phone that feels like it had them in mind.”

January, 2020

Android Authority

“Sensel’s touch technology…can allow phone makers to put virtual buttons nearly anywhere they wish. We tested each of these features and came away impressed.”

January, 2020

WIRED

“[Sensel CEO Ilya] Rosenberg showed me a prototype Android phone with Sensel’s sensors around the sides. These high-resolution sensors detect the change in resistance when force is applied by measuring compression…it works even if you’re wearing gloves or have the phone wrapped in a case.”

January, 2020

Androidcentral

“Sensel pressure sensors at CES 2020 overcome the hurdles of modern touch. [It’s] Pressure Grid” technology…offers precision and force sensitivity without many of the drawbacks of current touchscreens, which rely mostly on capacitive touch tech.”

January, 2020

Engadget

“[Sensel’s] Pressure Grid sensor goes much further than the Active Edge sensor in a Pixel. It doesn’t just detect when you squeeze, but it knows how hard and can track movement.”

January, 2020

Business Insider

“Sensel Collaborates With Visionox To Highlight Next Generation Side-Sensing Demo Phone At CES.”

January, 2020

Thrive Global

“‘5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became CTO of Sensel,’ with Aaron Zarraga”

September, 2019

PR Newswire

“Sensel – the company enabling people to enjoy more expressive interaction with their devices – is demoing its latest innovative formats and uses for the world’s most advanced touch technology at Display Week 2019.”

May, 2019

TechCrunch

“Pressure Grid…[is] also thin and capable of working with flexible displays, making the company well-positioned for what could well be the next wave of mobile devices.”

January, 2019

Tom’s Guide

“[Sensel] develops touchscreen technology based on force touch. In essence, [it] detects not only where you’re pressing on your smartphone’s screen, but also how hard your press is. And with support for multitouch, Sensel can measure each individual press when you have multiple fingers on your screen.”

January, 2019

Phone Scoop

“The ability to measure pressure has a distinct advantage: that makes it much easier for a phone to reject unintentional taps and swipes on secondary displays that, say, wrap around the sides and back of a phone. Using this technology, the whole phone — even the sides — can be touchscreen.”

May, 2019

Mobile Payments Today

“Smit Holdings Ltd., a Hong Kong-based maker of mobile payment terminals and security devices for pay television, has increased its investment in U.S.-based startup firm Sensel Inc. by $5 million through a purchase of preferred stock.”

November, 2018

Inc.

“13 Books These High Achievers Say Helped Them Get Ahead,” featuring Sensel CEO Ilya Rosenberg

April, 2018

TechCrunch

“The real magic lies in the Morph pad itself. On the face of it, the system is essentially a giant trackpad, featuring the company’s proprietary Pressure Grid technology…the company is [also] seeking partnerships with device makers to incorporate its technology into things like trackpads.”

January, 2018

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