New 70” interactive display designed for classroom and boardroom collaboration

Visual solutions vendor ViewSonic Corp. has launched a new 70” interactive display designed to stimulate interactive learning and collaborative brainstorming in classrooms and boardrooms.

The CDE7060T is ViewSonic’s new 70”, 10-point touch interactive commercial display. It’s a large format display designed for both classrooms where it can fuel interactive learning, and boardrooms where it can be used to help power corporate brainstorming sessions. With the 10-point touch display and built-in annotation software, multiple users can write, draw or annotate with their fingers or a stylus at the same time.

“Interactive displays have become the definitive tool for classrooms and corporate boardrooms,” said Gene Ornstead, director of product marketing at ViewSonic, in a statement. “Enabling end-users to easily access and integrate materials such as videos, computer applications, and web-based media content increases audience engagement and ultimately improves results.”

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The device features an LED display with 1080p HD 1920×1080 resolution, and is powered by an embedded ARM dual-core processor. It includes HDMI, VGA, USB, LAN and RS232 support, and an optional slot-in PC can provide additional computing power. Viewsonic’s integrated ViewBoard software powers the annotation features.

Available now, the  CDE7060T comes with a three-year limited warranty and is priced at $7,299.

 

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Jeff Jedras is a technology journalist with IT World Canada and a member of the IT Business team. He began his career in technology journalism in the late 1990s, covering the Ottawa technology sector for Silicon Valley North and the Ottawa Business Journal. He later covered the technology scene in Vancouver before joining IT World Canada in Toronto in 2005, covering enterprise IT for ComputerWorld Canada and the channel for Computer Dealer News. His writing has also appeared in the Vancouver Sun & the Ottawa Citizen.

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