This fall will mark the arrival on the market of two new Panasonic’s touchscreen displays designed for corporate and education
New 4K 75” (TH-75BQE1) and Full HD 65” (TH-65BFE1) Direct-LED displays complete the existing range of Panasonic interactive displays. They are compatible with Whiteboard software and can be connected to a PC via HDMI or VGA. Being able to recognize up to 10 touch points simultaneously, these 400 cd/m2 interactive displays allow easy annotation by using a pen directly on the screen, and offer tools such as Magnifying Glass, Spot Light and Fade. The built-in USB Memory Viewer also allows you to view archived files on external USB devices.
Florence Antony, Panasonic’s Product Marketing Manager, explains that with these new models is enhanced “the ease of use by our range of interactive displays, which becomes even more accessible and convenient. This is an extremely powerful technology designed to stimulate group learning. For example, through Whiteboard mode, two or more people can write simultaneously and work on grouped files before proceeding to final editing and saving.”
The new models TH-75BQE1 and TH-65BFE1 will be available from autumn 2017.
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