Sharp unveils new name for Touch Display Link 2.0

sharplogo_0409Effective May 10, 2016, Sharp Touch Display Link 2.0 software will be renamed, “SHARP Display Connect.” The software itself has not changed and can still be used by Mac®, Windows®, iOS®, and Android™ operating systems.

SHARP Display Connect software is designed to enhance collaboration in business meetings, classrooms and other settings. It enables a two-way transfer of files between a Sharp AQUOS BOARD® interactive display system and computers—including laptops, tablets and smart phones—through a wireless network. The host software already comes bundled with the following AQUOS BOARD interactive display models: PN-L703B, PN-L603B, PN-C603D, PN-C703B, PN-L703W, PN-L603W, and PN-L803C

When used with mobile devices connected via wireless LAN, interactive functions of SHARP Display Connect and AQUOS BOARD interactive displays include:

  • Onscreen content sharing
  • File transfer
  • Bi-directional, interactive onscreen writing and drawing (more than two people can write simultaneously)
  • Remote control of the AQUOS BOARD interactive display from mobile devices
  • Connection with up to 50 clients at a time

The client version of SHARP Display Connect software can be downloaded for free through the App Store®, Mac App Store® online store or the Google Play™ store.

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