The AG Neovo Touchscreen Hard Glass LCD Display (42") is designed for demanding public environments and offers zero-pressure responses, thanks to advanced optical touch technology. NeoV optical glass coating protects the display screen from fingerprints. When used with the Windows 7 platform, the panel supports multi-touch interaction for advanced use like enlarging an image. The display produces high quality images at a resolution of 1920 x 1080 (full HD), and features a contrast ratio of 4000:1, a brightness rating of 450 cd/m2, and 16.7 million colors.
Viewing angles of 178° / 178° (H/V) ensure that you can view images clearly from any corner of the room or when the display is mounted at a height. With a response time of 6.5 ms (GTG), the touch screen LCD displays clear images with minimal blurring.
Dot crawl is reduced using the 3D Comb filter to ensure a sharp picture with less noise. De-interlace circuitry converts interlaced video, such as common analog television signals or 1080i format HDTV signals, into a non-interlaced form. Built-in HDCP prevents copying of digital audio and video, and supports HD-format video. Use the control key lock function to avoid accidental key presses.
Equipped with PIP (Picture-In-Picture) function, the hard glass LCD can display multiple images simultaneously. Featured PBP (Picture-By-Picture) function splits the screen into two equal pictures. The left side picture is the main picture, while the right one is the sub-picture.
Anti-Burn-in technology prevents image sticking due to prolonged display of static images. Built-in speakers enable you to access various multimedia applications. With VGA, DVI, 2 BNC in / out, S-Video, and Component interfaces, the LCD display offers all-round connectivity. You are provided with RS-232 interface for individual and multi-display control.
With 100 mm VESA mounting holes, the touch screen monitor can be mounted onto a wall. In addition, the LCD display unit comes with an infrared remote control.
Designed for demanding public environments such as restaurants and museums