InFocus Breaks Into Sub-$2,000 Category with JTouch 65″ TouchScreen Display
InFocus was the first projector company with a sub-$1000 4,000-lumen projector, now the company’s first sub-$2,000 65” touchscreen display company. The new 65-inch JTouch from InFocus is aimed at the K-12 education market.
Like the rest of the native 1080p JTouch models, the 65-inch mirrors the content of a connected PC or Mac and makes the teacher’s computer content responsive to touch. Teachers can push content to the giant touchscreen from any HDMI, VGA, USB Type-A-enabled device or wirelessly with the InFocus LiteShow 4 adapter. It also has USB ports on the device for quick display from thumb drives, document cameras or other devices.
In addition to displaying and enabling touch for all software, people running Windows 7/8 computers can add InFocus’ BigNote software and make JTouch an interactive whiteboard with a variety of annotation tools like highlighters, pens and shapes.
The $1,999 65-inch InFocus JTouch price is available to any K-12 school through integrators. Here are the specs.