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General Touch

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General Touch, based in China, had been jostling for a respectable position in gaming for the past decade as a dark horse. With its recent advances in narrow border (4 mm), curved and optically bonded PCAP touch screens, General Touch is becoming a strong contender in this growing field. The going is good.

Like an upscale casino, offering players a variety of exciting games for that adrenalin rush, General Touch offers a slew of options for the hardware display design to charm players. The gaming industry deploys the most dazzling and ornate touch displays. General Touch’s menu includes addressable LED illumination, curved displays, ultra-narrow border, optical bonding, antimicrobial cover glass, a wide range of screen sizes and touch-glass button decks too. With facilitated customization from General Touch, the design configurations for gaming displays can become an art form.

Betting is in General Touch’s corporate blood. By betting on its customers winning in the high-stakes marketplace, General Touch will do whatever it takes to fulfill their product requirements. At the end of the day, the customers are delighted by General Touch’s invested passion to drive their competitiveness to effectuate a high payout for everyone. With the added benefits of its continual growth and improvement in business practice and technical competence, customers are being dealt a good hand regularly.

Besides gaming, General Touch has gambled and won in other fields such as kiosks, banking, HMI, POS, health care and public transportation. Those who have put money on its touch and display solutions have been won over by its premium tech without a premium tag, in addition to the very low RMA rate that has become General Touch’s trademark.

General Touch is wagering at the ICE trade show in London by presenting a range of new products. In January 2021, General Touch also projected itself as a pundit at the National Retail Federation 2021 virtual exhibition.

For more information on General Touch’s products and services, visit

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