TouchSystems, a leader in the touch screen industry, announced today the release of the TouchSystems WTE Series, a wide-screen compliment to its newly released TouchSystems TE Series.
Rugged yet elegant in appearance, the TouchSystems WTE Series touch monitors provide performance and rugged usability, yet are affordable and easily integrated into existing systems. Using 5-Wire Resistive Touch Technology, TouchSystems WTE Series touch monitors are designed with high-use applications in mind, making them an ideal touch solution for hotels, restaurants, schools, businesses and government buildings.
TouchSystems WTE Series features include:
• 5-Wire Resistive touch technology;
• Optional magnetic strip reader (MSR);
• A lockable OSD button for public spaces;
• Dual Serial/USB touch interface;
• Embedded DC power supply;
• Managed cable system;
• Stable stand with wide tilt angle from -5° to 90°;
• HID Compliant for easy integration;
• Mounting options;
• Available in 15, 19 and 22” wide screen formats.
“The TouchSystems WTE Series is a great, economical wide format series,” said TouchSystems Senior Vice President Carol Nordin. “It supplies all of the features one could want in a small format touch monitor—plug and play capability, durability and versatility—and has the added benefit of being a widescreen, which can increase worker productivity.”
TouchSystems WTE Series Wide Screen touch monitors are available in 15, 19 and 22-inch formats. All TouchSystems WTE Series monitors come with a three year limited warranty.
TouchSystems (touchsystems.com) was established in 1996 by one of the original founders of touch screen technology. TouchSystems designs, manufactures and distributes touch monitors, all-in-one touch computers, touch point-of-sale (POS) terminals, informational kiosks, industrial controls, Interactive Digital Signage and peripherals. TouchSystems is dedicated to delivering the most advanced touch-enabled technologies. TouchSystems, based in Hutto, Texas, is a privately held company.