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The Next Generation of Mobile Products

Our maXTouch® T Series devices—the newest in our capacitive touchscreen controller family—Create what you've always imagined.
Atmel maXTouch T-Series Touchscreen Controller Finger Hover Demo
Atmel maXTouch T-series Touchscreen Controller Stylus and Glove Touch Demo
 
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Key Applications

  • Smartphones
  • Phablets
  • Tablets
  • Ultrabooks
  • Notebooks
  • All-In-One PCs
  • Digital Still Cameras
  • e-Readers
  • GPS Systems
  • Portable Media Players

Smart, Sleek
and Sophisticated

The revolutionary maXTouch T Series represents the next generation of Atmel's industry-leading capacitive touchscreen controllers for the mobile market. It features a range of user interface technologies—from active stylus to hover—with cutting-edge performance to create a best-in-breed platform for consumers.



 
maXTouch T Series architecture combines the best of mutual and self-capacitance to ensure optimal touch performance with the highest noise immunity and lowest power consumption

Revolutionary Adaptive-Sensing Architecture

The maXTouch T Series architecture combines the best of mutual and self-capacitance to ensure optimal touch performance with the highest noise immunity and lowest power consumption.
 

Active Stylus Support

maXTouch T Series controllers support Atmel maXStylus® active stylus.

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Passive Stylus Support

maXTouch T series also supports a passive stylus with tips as small as 1.0 mm. This allows users to perform touch operations with any ordinary metallic ball-point pen or mechanical pencil.

Glove Touch Support

The T series touch controllers can sense multi-finger glove touches. The T series advanced architecture has superior SNR (signal to noise ratio) that allows sensing with gloves 5-mm thick.

Moisture and Water Droplet Touch Support

Regardless of the operating environment maXTouch T Series chips are designed for robust operations. Dry or wet, cold or hot, the T series will take on rainy weather and sweaty hands without any compromise in touch performance.

 
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  • High Responsiveness
  • Low Jitter
  • No False Touches

Flawless Touch Performance

Enable your customers to achieve flawless touch performance using any charger. maXCharger® Technology, another key maXTouch T Series feature, makes it possible to control charger noise.

 

Lowest Power Consumption

With analog and digital filtering, efficiently combat any noise source with the least power consumption in the industry.
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Native FLM Support

Supporting the newest generation of ITO (indium tin oxide) replacement sensors, the maXTouch T series enables the fastest screen scan times, an improved SNR and lower power consumption.


Past and future screen scan times
 
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More Vivid Displays

Build thinner, lighter smartphones, tablets, notebooks and Ultrabooks with brighter, more vivid displays. Our thinner sensors, a key maXTouch T Series feature, let you use the latest sensor constructions with the noisiest displays, while still delivering unbeatable touchscreen performance.

Vivid Displays
Solves Noise ProblemsThinner SensorsBrighter DisplaysIncrease in SNRFaster Refresh RatesExcellent Linearity
 
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Shorter Design Cycle

You won't need to develop any firmware to configure your controller for a particular touch sensor stack-up, display, or charger. Our thinner sensors also require no synchronization to the display or dedicated listening channels. This makes maXTouch T Series devices as easy to develop with as previous-generation maXTouch devices.

 

Total OS Support

Complete support for all major handset, tablet and notebook operating systems.

maXTouch T devices support Android, Chrome, Windows Phone, Windows 8 and Linux operating systems
 

maXTouch T Series Devices

The maXTouch T Series enables a range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, Ultrabooks and notebooks.

MaxTouch Device

With 224 and 336 nodes, the mXT224T and mXT33xT series of devices bring 1.0 mm passive stylus, up to 5.0 mm thick, multi-finger glove and superior moisture touch performances to mobile devices with 3.5" touchscreens and above. In addition, optimized for smartphones with 4.3" to 5" touchscreens, the mXT337T provides 20mm Hover operation for advanced user interactions.

With 640 nodes, the mXT64xT series of devices are the world's most comprehensive capacitive touchscreen controllers designed for next-generation smartphones. The mXT640T supports screen sizes up to 6.2" with a 1.0 mm passive stylus, up to 5.0 mm thick multi-finger glove sensing, and superior moisture touch performance. It also supports up to 7" for Windows® 8 compliant devices, and up to 8" for Android smartphones, phablets and tablets. It offers one-stop-shopping for your entire smartphone portfolio.

The mXT641T provides 20mm Hover operation for advanced user interactions. And for mobile devices designed with Active Stylus, the mXT642T solves the problem without the need for any stackup changes in the touch panel. Coupled with Atmel's maXStylus technology, the mXT642T supports 1.0mm Active Stylus with 256-level pressure sensing capabilities.

With 1,066 nodes, the mXT106xT2 features the revolutionary Adaptive Sensing Architecture of the maXTouch T-series with both mutual- and self- capacitance and intelligent support for integrated Active Stylus. It is the premier solution for tablets and Windows 8 certified screen sizes up to 8.9".

With 1,664 nodes, the mXT166xT2 features the revolutionary Adaptive Sensing Architecture of the maXTouch T-series with both mutual- and self- capacitance and intelligent support for integrated Active Stylus. It is the premier solution for tablets and Windows 8 certified screen sizes up to 12.5".

With 2,952 nodes, the mXT295xT2 is the world's first ultra-low power, single-chip capacitive touchscreen controller for notebooks and Ultrabooks up to 15.6" running Windows, Android, and Linux operating systems. It is available in an elegantly designed rectangular package optimized for narrow bezels in modern notebook form factors.