Touch sensitive displays

March 2012 Surveillance, Products & Solutions

AG Neovo has announced its TX-Series displays, the latest Touch Impact product line complete with optical multi-touch capabilities. Built on optical touch technology, the Windows 7-compatible TX-W42 and TX-W32 bring multi-touch accuracy, image clarity and durability to any number of high-traffic and interactive environments.

The TX-Series is crafted to perform whatever assigned duties in the most demanding public environments where interaction through touching a display is a routine by the hour or even minute. Most touch solutions are vulnerable to wear and tear as high-pressure exertion on the screen surface is often needed to attain accuracy. The ultra-high touch sensitivity of the TX-Series means that only a minimum amount of pressure is needed, thus ensuring a much longer lifespan.

“The optical capabilities of TX-W42 and TX-W32 enable the displays to interpret all sorts of multi-touch gestures – pan, pinch, flick, tilt, double-tap and scroll – with the utmost precision,” notes Richard Chen, VP of AG Neovo’s Product and Service Management. “With optical multi-touch capabilities, AG Neovo is making it possible for audio-visual designers and integrators to develop new and exciting applications. In turn, they will have at their disposal more creative and innovative ways to furnish multi-user and public environments.”

As has been the tradition of AG Neovo, the TX-Series sports a seamless, edge-to-edge layer of NeoV Touch Glass and a durable all-metal casing not only protect the touch screen against impact damage, but also moisture and water ingress. Most conspicuously setting the TX-Series apart from peers that mostly use clear glass is AG Neovo’s proprietary NeoV Touch Glass. A unique coating formula gives the screens extra clarity and sustainability as their exceptional anti-fingerprint and anti-smudge capabilities render frequent cleaning and special maintenance redundant.

Given their 1920x1080 full HD resolution, both display ranges are capable of displaying massive amounts of data in finer detail than has been possible with most other large-format touch displays.





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