A new line of giant collaboration touchscreens, InFocus’s Mondopad Ultra, is on show for the first time in Europe at ISE 2017.
The touch-enabled screen combines an HD videoconferencing system, an interactive whiteboard, a 4K presentation screen, audio conferencing, and a powerful PC.
Mondopad is designed to allow team members in multiple locations to see and hear each other while brainstorming on a shared whiteboard. Users can collaboratively edit documents by drawing directly onscreen to enable real-time collaboration and more effective meetings. Documents can be saved to the Mondopad for future access, stored to the network, or emailed to anyone directly from the device.
First in the line is the 70in Mondopad Ultra. It features both 4K screen resolution and projected capacitive touch, which eliminates the need for a stylus. Unlike IR touchscreens, InFocus says, capacitive touch technology allows more touch points with faster response and bezel-free edge-to-edge glass, allowing for a brighter and sharper display.
A 4K 80in INF8022 Ultra and 85in Mondopad Ultra are also available.
The Mondopad Ultra runs Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, and features a sixth-generation Intel Core i7-6700T processor and Q170 chipset with Intel vPro technology, with 8GB memory and a 256GB solid state hard drive.
Mondopad Ultra also offers the security features native to Windows 10 ProSupporting SIP and H.323, it is compatible with legacy video conferencing and display hardware and software, including Skype for Business and many third party room videoconferencing systems. Wireless casting, including support for AirPlay, Chrome, and Miracast, allows presenters to share content from their laptops, mobile phones, and tablets without using cables or dongles.