TouchSystems Grows Multi-Touch Screen Offerings
TouchSystems has added a 46-inch and 55-inch multi-touch display to its suite of 1080p (1920×1080) native touch screen displays. Both displays are part of TouchSystems’ entry-level and economical line of displays including the existing 32″ and 42″ versions — all, of which, use infrared-based, multi-touch technology.
The V 46 and V 55 are LED-backlit include internal temperature sensors and fans to keep the screens cool and to extend their lifespan and include the digital signage standard Open Pluggable Specification (OPS)-compliant slots for easy installation and management of digital signage content. The displays also are offered with Dispersive Signal Technology (DST), a single-touch technology suited to wayfinding applications.
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