BenQ America Corp. announced it has introduced new 42-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch interactive flat panels with 1920-by-1080p full HD resolution, aimed at education and corporate applications.
The new T420, T650 and TL550 combine high dynamic contrast ratios with touch technology and multimedia connectivity and can help maximize the learning experience for students, while enhancing meeting efficiency, training effectiveness, collaborative discussions, data visualization and team building exercises in corporate, government and military applications such as conference rooms and command and control, the company said. In addition, the IFPs are suited for interactive applications in a wide range of environments, including eBoard information displays for menus or for airport flight schedules, BenQ said.
The CCFL T420 and T650 offer dynamic contrast ratios of 4,000:1 and 9,000:1, while the LED TL550 offers a dynamic contrast ratio of 10,000:1. Key features of all three IFPs include the following highlights:
- Optical Sensing Touch Technology: Provides more accurate control at the four corners of the display. Users can easily pan, zoom and scroll through documents and websites.
- Optical Dual Touch Technology: Turns the displayed image or spreadsheet into a multitouch screen — when paired with Windows 7 — for versatile presenter/listener interaction and collaboration.
- Picture-in-Picture Function: Displays two incoming images simultaneously for enhanced productivity.
- Anti-Image Retention: Prevents image ghosting caused by displaying fixed images for an extended period of time.
- Ambient Light Sensor: Detects the amount of ambient light in its surroundings and automatically adjusts the display setting accordingly.
- Reliable and Durable 10-bit PID Panel: Delivers optimum visual clarity and color presentation under uniform brightness and low temperature.
- Integrated Speaker: Makes every presentation more engaging by taking advantage of videos, music and sound effects.
"Interactive displays bring new life to the average presentation by greatly enhancing efficiency, productivity and collaboration," said Lars Yoder, president at BenQ America Corp., in the announcement.
The IFPs will make their debut at InfoComm 2012 in Las Vegas this week.
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