Sharp says digital displays are the future

Releases new Huddle Board.

Sharp has launched a new ‘Huddle Board’ (PN-50TC1) to add to their existing range of models, suitable for a variety of workplace environments and educational settings.

Sharp Corporation of Australia B2B national sales and marketing manager, Daniel Gard commented, “Our new Huddle Board can be fitted out in retail stores and used as an electronic catalogue or information kiosk for products that may not be on display.

“Digital signage is the future and will replace traditional flip charts, whiteboards and anything that is pen based or analogue. For example, in warehouse spaces, delivery schedules could easily become digital as the technology is so affordable now.”

When not in use, the Huddle Board offers added value by displaying corporate advertisements, notices, and other information. The TC1 range is available in 50-inch and 40-inch screen sizes with a full-flat design and 10-point multi-touch functionality. It can be installed in landscape, portrait or horizontal orientation.

Sharp’s capacitive touch technology offers a smooth and quick response for writing and touch gestures, while delivering full HD (1920×1080-pixel) resolution. Its anti-glare glass resists fingertips and reduces reflections. It can operate for 16 hours per day.

The built-in wireless broadband allows up to 10 devices including both Mac and Windows computers, smartphones and tablets to be connected simultaneously.

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