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Elo TouchSystems zero-bezel touch monitors

New for ISE 2012 are additional touch technologies for some of is Elo TouchSystems’ most popular touchmonitor models.

New for ISE 2012 are additional touch technologies for some of is Elo TouchSystems’ most popular touchmonitor models. In addition, the zero-bezel design removes the frame found around standard monitors to create a seamless surface designed to showcase the wide-screen, high-definition experience that today’s consumers have come to expect, according to the company.
Elo says that zero-bezel projected capacitive (PCAP) touch technology gives a unique, aesthetically-pleasing seamless design resistant to water, impacts, scratches and other contaminants on the screen. With the Windows 7 operating system and compatible driver, multi-touch functionality is available.
Projected capacitive touch monitors are highly sensitive to a light touch with no known wear-out mechanism from repeated touches, says the company, which is an advantage for heavy, public usage applications.
iTouch touchscreen technology is claimed to be a step up from conventional surface acoustic wave touch technologies that delivers the same robust performance as the original IntelliTouch SAW technology in a zero-bezel format. With no moving parts to wear out, touch response is described as fast, accurate, and drift-free using a finger, gloved hand, or soft stylus. Pure glass construction allows high light transmission without compromising durability or functionality.
Stand: 10K144
www.elotouch.com

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