Crestron TSW touch screens all just got upgraded. The new TSW-552, TSW-752 and TSW-1052 replace the TSW-550, TSW-750 and TSW-1050 models with support for voice command recognition and on-screen web browsing.
TSW touch screens feature capacitive touch technology, H.264 streaming video, and edge-to-edge glass as well as single-wire PoE (Power over Ethernet) connectivity and standard backbox mounting. Each TSW touch screen is available in wall mount or tabletop models.
The TSW family has something Crestron is calling Smart Graphics, which is the ability for the panels to recognize gestures like swiping, and kinetic effects such as knobs, sliders, gauges, and scrolling, just like iPhones and iPads have. But, the TSWs also feature five soft-touch buttons that provide quick access to commonly used functions.
The new TSD-2020 (a 20” native 1080p display), like the TSW, is also a capacitive touch screen and it can be paired with a DGE-2 that can be installed up to 330 feet away, or a DVPHD digital video processor to provide up to eight simultaneous video windows.