Panasonic has released the LFB70 series of multi-touch interactive LED displays aimed squarely at the corporate and education sectors.
Previewed at ISE 2014 in February, the displays come in 80”, 65”, and 50” models and offer superb image quality, up to six touch points and wireless connectivity.
Enrique Robledo, Marketing Manager at Panasonic, said, “We see the interactive functionality of the LFB70 series as for education and corporate professionals to bring meetings or lessons to life.
“For education professionals it’s a great opportunity to increase students’ attention by providing fully interactive courses.”
The LFB70 displays can detect up to six touchpoints, allowing for smooth operation of the screen with a finger or stylus pen. Whiteboard pages can be saved to either an internal or external memory and can be emailed directly from the display to a mobile device, without the need to connect to a PC or installing any software.
The LFB70 series includes the next-generation wireless technology, Miracast™, to meet the needs of the growing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. It means seamless high speed wireless transmission of content, including Full HD video files, from compatible mobile, PC and tablet devices to the displays.
They also feature DIGITAL LINK allowing transmission of video, audio and control commands all via a single LAN cable of up to 100m and compatible with all major third party systems on the market.