Sharp Expands Interactive Line of Touch Screen Displays

Sharp Expands Interactive Line of Touch Screen Displays

Expansion to AQUOS BOARD Interactive Display Series Creates Largest Product Line for Sharp

Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), announced the expansion of its award-winning AQUOS BOARD interactive display line, aimed at making meetings in smaller spaces more conducive and effective.

The new 50″ Class (49.5″ diagonal) PN-L501C AQUOS BOARD interactive display system is ideal for the increasingly popular “huddle space” meetings and can help users optimise communication in these compact areas.

At 100 nits brighter than the PN-L401C model released last year, it also features a 25% larger diagonal inch measurement and has a 56% larger area than the previous model.

The PN-L401C/501C product line has 10-point multi-touch functionality and high-sensitivity capacitive touch technology that provides precise and smooth operation, enhancing the interactive information experience.

Both displays share features with other models in the award-winning AQUOS BOARD interactive display line, including the brand’s Pen-on-Paper user experience, which resists fingerprints and scratches, as well as providing an anti-glare surface.

In addition, the brand’s 2mm-tip touch pen is ideal for writing fine lines and text onscreen. It also offers Full HD (1,920 × 1,080-pixel) resolution and advanced connectivity.

“We are pleased to add the PN-L501C to the AQUOS BOARD interactive display family, making it our most expansive AQUOS BOARD interactive display product line to date.

“These displays are not only powerful meeting tools for corporate and academic environments, but they can also be used to engage and inform people in stores, museums, showrooms and other public spaces,” said Gary Bailer, Director of Product Planning and Marketing for Pro AV Products at Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America.

Last year, the brand unveiled its consumer-ready 8K-compatible televisions and monitors, the AQUOS 8K series, scheduled for release in China, Japan, Taiwan, and Europe between Autumn 2017 and Spring 2018.