Panasonic rolls out LFB70 Series New Interactive Multi-Touch displays

Posted by News Room On Thursday, July 3, 2014 0 comments
Panasonic introduced its LFB70 series of multi-touch interactive LED displays which come in 80”, 65”, and 50” models and will be available from 1st July 2014 in the market. The three models TH-80LFB70, TH-65LFB70, TH-50LFB70 are priced at 11 lacs, 4 lacs and 2.5 lacs respectively. Specially designed for the corporate and education sector, the new interactive displays aim to provide a major boon to professional system/audio video Integrators for professional applications like video conferencing, board room and interactive solutions.
The LFB70 Series of professional Full HD displays incorporate intuitive touch screen technology, fully interactive whiteboard functionality (up to six touch points), offering superb image quality and wireless connectivity. The Built-in whiteboard software in these models allows one to turn on the display and start work at once without the need of connecting to a PC. Other than this, notes can be made on almost anything, from video and photos to PowerPoint and PDF documents, and then saved as an image file which is simply brilliant from a usage point of view.
With vibrant Full HD resolution and a wide display area, videoconferencing participants in remote locations can write detailed notes onto shared documents and solve problems in real time, just as they would when working together in the office. These solutions produce up to 100 pages of work on the whiteboard and save them to the built-in memory*1 or USB thumb drive as JPEG image files. The operation of the LFB70 series models can be performed either by the touch of fingers or a stylus pen, through the six touch points that incorporates detection. The series is designed with the next-generation wireless technology, Miracast allowing seamless high speed wireless transmission of content, including Full HD video files, from Miracast compatible devices to the displays.
Vineet Mahajan, Head, Display Solutions, Panasonic India said, “The launch of these series by Panasonic is yet another step towards enhancing our portfolio offering next-gen interactive training features in the professional display category. These series come with features providing an opportunity for professionals to consider the future of digital teaching equipment for classroom or boardroom purposes.”
Panasonic India will continue to launch such offerings for its customers and the roadmap is to develop products which provide the right visual solutions meeting the customer needs.

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