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3M rolls 21.5 inch multi-touch display

Posted: 20 May 2013     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:3M Touch Systems  chassis display  multi-touch  C2167PW 

3M Touch Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of 3M Co., has unveiled what it says is a high-performance multi-touch display aimed at interactive public applications. According to the company, the 21.5in 3M Multi-Touch Display C2167PW is geared for heavy-use applications that need high-performance multi-touch interactivity (20 touches, each at an ultra-fast 8ms touch response rate), high-definition graphics (1920x1080 resolution and 178 degree viewing angles), and sleek, flat front surface industrial-design capability.

In addition, the C2167PW chassis display is specifically intended for high-use public environments with a robust all-metal housing and an anti-glare touchscreen finish to help ensure premium image quality in public lighting environments, said 3M. Complementing the C2167PW chassis display’s commercial-grade design is its integration versatility that enables vertical (landscape or portrait) or horizontal installations in walls, kiosks, tables and other housing fixtures, added the company.

The 3M Multi-Touch Display C2167PW is based on 3M projected capacitive technology, the same touch technology found in smartphones and tablets, and features a stylish flat front surface design that makes it an attractive addition to any professional or retail environment. The chassis display is plug and play with the multi-touch capabilities built into Windows 8 and other programming languages.

The 3M Multi-Touch Display C2167PW and the rest of the 3M Multi-Touch Display line is available from BlueStar, Ingram Micro, ScanSource, SYNNEX and Tech Data, popular online retailers and 3M’s online store.





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