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  Sharp AQUOS BOARD 60" Edge Lit LED Backlight Interactive Display System - PN-L603B

 
Price: $3,999.00
Condition: Brand new, factory sealed, all accessories included


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Code: PNL603B

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Description
 
Simultaneous Writing

10-point touch LCD panel allows up to 4 people to write on the screen at the same time using touch pens or fingers

Participants can take an active part in meetings, brainstorming sessions, classroom interactions, and more

Discussions and presentations become more interactive

User-Friendly Pen Software Interface

Using a touch pen, can easily launch and display the Pen Software user interface, a menu comprising smartly arranged icons that provide easy access to pen settings and functions

Each touch pen has its own dedicated menu, which can be displayed even when up to 4 people are writing on the screen at the same time

Smooth and Responsive Touch Pen

A pressure sensor at the tip of this slim and lightweight pen lets you write with high precision and with an effortless and uninterrupted flow

Handwriting Recognition

The LCD monitor features a handwriting recognition function for converting selected onscreen handwriting into standard text

This function allows you to utilize onscreen content to make neat and legible minutes of your meetings 1

Touch-Operated Onscreen Display

Pressing the Touch Menu button displays an onscreen menu that lets you easily switch input sources, change volume level, or turn the touch-screen function on and off without using a remote controller

Front-Mounted Speakers
Two speakers (10W + 10W) are mounted low on the front of the LCD monitor to deliver clearer sound

Input/Output Terminals

The LED monitor comes standard-equipped with input/output terminals on the side and the bottom of the monitor to enable easy connection with a wide variety of equipment

Array of terminals includes three HDMI ports, two D-Sub ports, two DisplayPort terminals (one input, one output), and two touch-screen-supporting USB ports

One of the USB ports can be assigned to a regularly connected PC, such as a host PC used to operate the LCD; the other USB port facilitates temporary connection to another PC, such as the one used by a meeting participant. This allows easy PC connection without the need to switch the USB cable

Minimize Glare and Fingerprints

Protecting the screen is an anti-glare film that helps work to reduce glare and reflections and minimize fingerprint soiling on the glass

MFP Connectivity

Documents and images scanned from a color-scan-capable Sharp multi-function printer (MFP) can be imported directly to the Sharp Pen Software for display on the AQUOS BOARD system

The image data shown onscreen including notations can be saved to a PC or sent directly to an MFP for printout

Touch Display Link

It enables the following interactive functions on the AQUOS BOARD display and mobile devices connected via wireless LAN: Sharing of onscreen content, transfer of files, interactive onscreen writing and drawing, and remote control of the AQUOS BOARD display from mobile devices

Up to 50 mobile devices can be connected simultaneously

Files can be exchanged between mobile devices even if they are not connected to the AQUOS BOARD display

Users can capture onscreen images and save them on their mobile devices to make personally annotated memos (personal memo)

Touch Display Link also connects two AQUOS BOARD interactive display systems on the same network (intranet, VPN, etc.) to enable larger-scale interactive communications