From training to brainstorming to business presentation – interactive working is today a proven method for obtaining the best possible results in a minimum of time. The new touch monitors from Sharp make it simple to exchange knowledge between several people: available in 60, 70 and 80-inch screen sizes with full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, the PN-L monitor series faithfully delivers pictures that are clear and precise down to the finest detail. Due to the optical imaging technology, changes and notes can be integrated immediately into existing designs onscreen and either be saved or printed.
The Infrared Detection System developed by Sharp improves touchscreen response and enhances its capability to integrate handwritten notes. This system comprises various infrared sensors that rapidly and precisely detect the position of the finger or touch pen. The PN-L802B also has a “Dual Touch Function”*, i.e. users can scroll through the contents by brushing two fingers up and down the screen and can also zoom in and out by spreading or pinching the fingers.
With the UV2A technology developed by Sharp, the new touch displays also deliver impressively bright whites, brilliant colours and deep blacks. The PN-L802B model also has a high-efficiency LED backlight system (full array). As a result, the contents always retain optimal legibility, whilst power consumption remains extremely low.
Easy to use and instantly networked
Sharp's development engineers attached particular importance to the user friendliness of the PN-L monitors. The Sharp Pen Software was specially developed for Sharp touchscreen monitors, making the displays extremely simple to manipulate. Users can write and draw directly on the screen with the aid of the touch pen or with their own fingers. The displayed pictures can be enlarged or rotated, and handwritten notes can be selected and moved around the screen. After making these adjustments, the finished screen display can be saved and printed. For example, the latest status of discussions or brainstorming sessions can be easily saved and then made accessible to a particular group of people. The touch monitors can be connected without problem to Sharp MFPs, printers, scanners and to the network. Even displaying scanned images on the touch monitor and then saving and printing them complete with handwritten comments is now child’s play.
* This functionality requires the use of computers running the Windows® 7 operating system
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