Crestron today announced it is now shipping its new TST-602 Wireless Touch Screen. The TST-602 delivers dedicated wireless control, voice command recognition, and web browsing all in a stylish, ergonomic design.
The TST-602 uses a 5.7″ capacitive touch screen and H.264 streaming video as well as 15 customizable tactile push-buttons, including two-button up/down for volume control or channel-select and five-button D-pad for on-screen display navigation. Since they are illuminated, it makes it easy to control all functions even in a dark room.
The TST-602 also provides the ability to use voice commands to control virtually anything — although, Crestron doesn’t define “virtually.” You can speak commands like “Turn off projector” or “Start presentation.” Or, you can speak voice commands to choose a lighting scene, enter a password and perform many other functions.
While the TST-602 can be operated using only ER wireless, advanced wireless capabilities such as streaming video, intercom, Web browsing and dynamic graphics are supported using both ER and Wi-Fi together (dual-mode). The TST-602 supports b/g/n Wi-Fi connections and WEP, WPA and WPA2 security protocols.
The TST-602 incorporates a lithium ion battery. Here are the tech specs.