New touchscreens from iiyama aim to improve digital signage flexibility
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By News Desk
19 August 2011
The 22" ProLite T2233MSC monitor has been earmarked for use with retail kiosks, says iiyama
Japan-based monitor manufacturer iiyama has introduced two new types of touchscreen to the digital signage and kiosk market, which the company says are designed for 'improved quality, flexibility and performance'.
The Projective Capacitive ProLite T2233SC and the range of Surface Wave Acoustic (SAW) monitors are also aimed at point-of-sale, medical and education markets. The 22" (56cm) ProLite T2233MSC monitor 'is already in high demand for some fantastic in-store kiosk applications', states iiyama, and uses finger-activated projective capacitive multiple touch points to deliver 5ms response times. The offering is supported by Windows 7, provides full HD 2.1 megapixel resolution and 1,000:1 contrast ratio.
The manufacturer adds that the monitor has a display durable enough to cope with high and multiple impacts, and features a scratch-resistant glass screen.
The SAW displays, meanwhile, are available in 15, 17 and 19" (38, 43 and 48cm) options that can be activated in a number of ways, including by a gloved hand, says iiyama.
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