The outermost layer of the capacitive screen is a glass protective layer, which may be broken under the effect of external force. The outermost part of the resistive screen is a thin film, which needs to be pressed to form a pressure sensor, and the resistive screen supports a stylus. The screen is prone to scratches, requires protective film protection, and requires frequent calibration. It is not easy to fall compared to capacitive screens. Bad.
Capacitive screens use current sensing of the human body, so any non-conductive objects such as nails, gloves, etc. cannot be identified by capacitive sensing. The resistive screen works through pressure sensing. It can be touched with any object and supports a stylus.
The resistive screen does not support multi-touch. It can be controlled using sharp, insulated objects such as nails and stylus; the capacitive screen relies on the capacitance formed by the human body and the electrode to achieve positioning. It must be touched through the skin or other conductive objects Can only be used, with a nail, stylus, etc. can not control the industrial tablet.