Imagine If LG’s Transparent OLED Was Touch-Enabled; Well, Now It Is!

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LG Business Solutions has introduced a touch version of its transparent OLED displays Wednesday. The new 55-inch LG Transparent OLED Touch Display (model 55EW5TF) uses projected capacitive (P-Cap) film technology for a responsive touch experience while still allowing significantly greater transparency than conventional transparent LCD displays, according to LG.

By the nature of OLED’s self-lighting pixels, content can be seen at wide viewing angles. The P-Cap touch film offers fast, accurate response to user interaction for a more intuitive, engaging solution. It supports up to 10 touch points at a time.

The LG Transparent OLED Touch display itself is built with tempered, anti-reflective, shatter-resistant front glass to protect it for commercial use. It comes semi-assembled so that companies can install it in different structures and spaces depending on the physical environment and desired effect, and it supports landscape and portrait orientation.

The 55-inch LG EW5TF is capable of up to 400 nits of brightness, depending on the application, and a 150,000:1 contrast ratio. At its thinnest point, the display is only 7 mm (about a quarter of an inch) thin. Extensive connectivity options come as part of the display’s digital signage box, including HDMI in, DP in/out, RS-232C in/out, audio out, USB 2.0 in, and touch USB in/out, LAN and IR. The new LG Transparent OLED Touch display is Crestron Connected certified.