Umm, I think UNXL may be coming to the party a little late. You guys should read this article, it talks about forecasts, market penetration by the market leading touch panel manufacturers, etc.
Look at this...
Projected capacitive is expanding its dominance of the market with 96 percent of touch screens expected to use the technology in 2016, up from 79 percent in 2012.
Asustek of Taiwan took an early lead in the touch notebook market, taking the No. 1 rank in the first quarter.
Atmel Corp. of the United States was the top touch controller integrated circuit (IC) chip supplier in in the first quarter.
Among touch-screen panel suppliers in China and Taiwan, the dominant suppliers in 2012 were No. 1 TPK and No. 2 Wintek, which are far ahead of the other suppliers in terms of revenue. In Korea, Iljin Display was the top touch panel supplier."
what the heck? you said unxl was late to the party
Sweden-based FlatFrog has several unique touchscreen technologies for large-size displays and the company's solutions have already been adopted by Wistron with related products to show up in January 2014, the sources said, adding that FlatFrog is expected to join the ultrabook supply chain in June 2014 to help lower costs.