Researchers see commercial use of graphene in touch screens

08/2/2011 | TechEye.net

Graphene shows strong potential to replace indium tin oxide as a material in the touch screens used in smartphones, tablet computers and other products, according to researchers at Rice University. Graphene is more flexible than ITO -- a brittle material -- and its challenges in conductivity can be resolved with metal nanowires, they noted.

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