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March 12th, 2008
However, the resistive market now is suffering a shortage of Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) film used to make such screens due to production expansions among several major manufacturers and limited numbers of ITO film suppliers.
With several large manufacturers expanding capacity, other types of transparent conductive materials such as conductive polymer, carbon nanotube and Antimony Tin Oxide (ATO) have an entry opportunity now. In fact, Fujitsu Ltd. already has started using conductive polymer for some of its resistive-type touch screens.
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