The 50 and 65-inch models to complete the series of Panasonic LFB70 interactive screens that already was a member of a team of 80 inches. A few displays that incorporate interactive whiteboard functionality and that are suitable for use in education as in video conferencing applications environment.
With the aim of promoting collaboration and interactivity, Panasonic It has expanded its range of LED displays multi-touch model (TH-65LFB70) 65-inch and 50-inch (TH-50LFB70), who come to join the already presented 80 inch (TH-80LFB70) last February in ISE 2014. A line that has been designed thinking in the market corporate and educational.
The series LFB70 of screens Full HD professional incorporates a technology intuitive of screen touch and functionality of slate completely interactive to promote the collaboration and interactivity. Its operation can perform is well through the touch of the fingers or through a pencil, thanks to them six points touch of detection that incorporates.
Integrated software of Whiteboard allows you to activate the screen and start work immediately, without the need of a PC. Up to four people can write at the same time, and it is possible to save pages in external or internal memories and sent by email from the screen to a mobile device. With the option Notes is possible send video, audio, photos, documents PDF and PowerPoint, and then saved as a file to show in the office or the classroom. That is possible because that are compatible with the technology wireless of next generation Miracast for the transmission of content to high speed.
It also includes dual-display capability. Through a cable VGA is possible to duplicate the information in a second display.
These devices also allow the possibility of being used in video conferencing. With a Full HD resolution and a wide viewing area, participants of these collaborative environments may write detailed notes in shared documents and resolve problems in real time, just like they would work together if they were in the same room.
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