CY8CMBR-2044 is not an I2C configurable device and hence, the reason for exclusion from EZ-Click. The parameters such as FSS and auto reset are detected from voltage levels on GPO pins and not from a configuration register as in the case of MBR3.
MBR3 is more versatile compared to 2044.
This supports configuring the parameters through I2C. Hence, they can be changed during run-time by a host as well.
The voltage levels are same in both devices. CY8CMBR3002 is a similar device that does not support configuration over I2C. However, this supports only 2 CapSense sensors.
We recommend to use the PSoC series of devices as it supports manual tuning and a wider operating conditions. It can also run as a standalone microcontroller.