Sony Electronics Inc. has added infrared multi-touch technology to the 55- 65- and 75-inch models of its Bravia displays, as a result of a collaboration with TSItouch, according to a press release.
TSItouch Pulse Type IR technology can detect virtually any input — including a finger, gloved finger, stylus or pen — and enables multi-touch for up to 10 simultaneous touch points. The TSItouch Pulse Type IR solution, compatible with numerous operating systems, blends ease of installation and operation with super-high precision and functionality.
This enhanced, feature-rich 4K touchscreen series is designed with anti-glare properties, a cold-rolled steel chassis, tempered glass and a powder coated finish that provides additional protection.
These features complement the connectivity and picture quality of BZ40H 4K HDR professional displays. The energy-efficient models offer increased picture performance and brightness, a powerful processor and both 2.4/5 GHz WAP support.
The TAA and ADA compliant displays feature Pro mode, which allows for customization to suit different environments, while one-step setting optimizes display settings for specific uses and applications.
The Bravia models also contain a programmable system on a chip platform and Android operating system that enables digital signage to run off the display without a separate media player, saving capital costs, speeding installations and minimizing maintenance.
Updated cosmetic features include new terminal positions, a flat bottom bezel and a reinforced structure designed for the B2B market.
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