TouchSystems has added another display to its projected capacitive line of touch screens. The newest display measures 32” and features ten touch points. Its kinship with smartphones is no accident; the display is designed for multi-touch operating systems and software, such as Windows 8.
Jonathon Wilson, sales lead at TouchSystems, speaks to the need that the multi-touch display fills: “One of my customers needed a display in the 32” range that offered multi-touch capabilities. Our InnovaTouch32 was the perfect solution with its ten touch points and Windows 8 compatibility.”
Like other models in the InnovaTouch line, the InnovaTouch32 is integrated with projected capacitive, a touch technology usually found in the smartphone market. The transitioning of projected capacitive to larger displays means that people interact with the displays in the same manner that they use their smartphones and tablets. The InnovaTouch32 touch screen also features a bezel-free design, furthering its similarities to a smartphone. The 32” multi-touch display is open frame, which means it can be placed into custom installations, such as kiosks or wall enclosures.
TouchSystems (touchsystems.com) was established in 1996. The company is a pioneer in the touch technology industry. TouchSystems works with its customers to create innovative touch solutions, such as desktop touch monitors, interactive digital signage, all-in-one systems, kiosks, and industrial controls and peripherals. TouchSystems is based in Hutto, Texas and is a certified woman- and minority-owned small business.