Originally Posted by Tomatoes8
What I get from the Nvidia direct touch marketing is that it improves touch in general compared to most tablets which could include the iPad for all we know. Where does it say it improves touch on everything but IOS is still more responsive?
lol, you expect nVIDIA marketing to say, "Our product improves touch response but isn't as good as Apple's"? At this point I'm starting to wonder if you are just fishing for anything to argue about. Besides, I never said Direct Touch would be worse than Apple's implementation. Direct Touch would take steps to be at least near parity with iOS devices.
I don't know, sounds like weak marketing spiel to me and people just like to incorrectly fill in the gaps that are not explained.
I haven't used any tegra 3 devices that had nicer touch.
As I already said, AFAIK no current Tegra 3 devices use direct touch. I at least know that none of the Tegra 3 devices I've owned(Transformer line) use direct touch.
I've defined where in the Android/Linux architecture latency can exist and how Apple's micro-kernel and real time userspace process eliminates these sources of latency compared to Android. I've shown multiple companies devote resources to try fix the touch response on Android/Linux devices and you're still not convinced there is any latency to begin with...You should win the award for Most Stubborn XDA User.