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Peratech transforms PC gaming experience through new force-enabled keyboards on latest Lenovo Legion 7i and 7 gaming notebooks

11th July 2022 Peratech, a leading innovator in tactile-based user interfaces for high-performance electronics, has announced that its full-range, force-sensing technology will be in the latest Lenovo Legion 7i and 7 (16”, 7) gaming laptops’ W-A-S-D…


SMK Electronics and Peratech collaborate on force sensitive remote controls, consumer products and automotive interfaces

Peratech, the force-sensing technology specialists, and SMK Electronics (SMK), a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of OEM remote controls and electronic components announce their collaboration.


QTC force sensors in gaming mouse give a more precise, intuitive HMI experience

Peratech, a world leader in force-sensing technology, announces integration into the world’s first mouse with force-sensitive analogue buttons.


Active matrix sensor based on TFT display backplane technology overcomes false touch issues

Peratech’s active matrix sensor is on show at SID Display Week, Los Angeles, 23-25 May 2017


Quantum Tunnelling Composite Sensor Development Contributes to BrightSparks Award Win for Peratech Engineer

Tim Wiles, Signal Processing and Analysis Engineer at Peratech, has won a BrightSparks award at a prestigious London ceremony held last week in The Palace of Westminster.


Quantum tunnelling force-sensing specialist Peratech appoints Jack Wei as VP of Global Operations

Peratech, a world leader in force-sensing technology, has appointed Jack Wei as VP of Global Operations to lead its production engineering, operations and supply chain.


3D force touch remote control solution enables next generation HMI experience and offers improved power savings

Peratech and Humax have co-developed a 3D force touch remote control that utilises Peratech’s unique Quantum Tunnelling Composite (QTC®) sensor technology.


Peratech and Sharp Labs to present a preview of a co-developed high-resolution active matrix sensor at IDTechEx

Peratech CEO Jon Stark and Sharp Labs USA’s Director of New Business Development Dr Tolis Voutsas will present a preview of a high-resolution active matrix sensor co-developed by the two companies.