CyberTouch, Mitsubishi Team on Multi-Touch Monitor
CyberTouch, a touch-screen monitor manufacturer and integrator, and Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Division, collaborated on the new CyberTouch Rio 32, a 32-inch multi-touch touch screen monitor.
CyberTouch, a touch-screen monitor manufacturer and integrator, and Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Division, collaborated on the new CyberTouch Rio 32, a 32-inch multi-touch touch screen monitor on display this week at Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas.
According to the companies, CyberTouch's Rio 32 is a multi-touch LCD monitor that recognizes up to 36 distinct actuation points, including single touch, gesturing, squeezing, and pinching to make computing resources more available to untrained or handicapped computer users. Rio reportedly also responds to gloved hands, long nails, and/or a stylus.
"CyberTouch's touch-screen technology fits seamlessly onto Mitsubishi displays for high-quality, accurately responsive touch-screen monitors," said Abraham Gohari, president and CEO of CyberTouch. "With CyberTouch and Mitsubishi working together, users can enjoy a highly interactive experience without sacrificing visual performance."
"Touch integration is the wave of the future, and with the new Rio 32, our dealer can now work directly with CyberTouch to create a high-quality, integrated, multi-touch monitor using our power-conservative Mitsubishi LDT322V to design a solution that suits their customers' needs," said James Chan, senior director for Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America, in a statement.
Rio 32 is the first among a family of products scheduled to be released by CyberTouch within the next few months. Rio 32 can be used on a stand or mounted on a wall and is compatible with Microsoft Windows 7.