Sharp’s new LL-S242A-W is a 24” LED-lit LCD touch screen that offers 1,920×1,080 resolution monitor with a viewing angle of 178 degrees, both horizontally and vertically. It includes 10-point multi-touch capability that also features handwriting support via a fine-tipped touch pen. One cool feature is that a palm cancelation function prioritizes pen recognition, so you can write with the touch pen even if your palm is resting on the screen.
The LL-S242A-W connects with Sharp’s interactive whiteboards and Sharp video walls and is aimed for use in meetings, presentations, seminars and lectures held in large venues. Content on the LL-S242A-W, including the presenter’s handwritten annotations, can be mirrored in real-time on the interactive whiteboard or video wall for all participants to see. Sharp says the bundled touch pen allows smooth onscreen writing of both text and lines as it uses a 2 millimeter tip.