That number does include both traditional touch screens (based on resistive touch technology) and new, iPhone-style touch screens based on projected capacitive technology. If one looks only at the latter, shipments seem set to rise much more dramatically. iSuppli says 200,000 touch screens based on the projected capacitive design were sold in 2006, but by 2012, shipments will reach more than 21 million. iSuppli believes the bulk will find their way into cell phones, although some of those units may go to other devices. According to the CEO of Synaptics, whose sensors are featured in the LG Prada phone, the new style of touch screen-based interfaces "will be like a tsunami, hitting an entire spectrum of devices."