AV, Presentation & Display
Sharp Intros 4 New Interactive Displays in the Aquos Board Line
- By Kate Lucariello
Imaging and Information and Sharp NEC Display Solutions have released
a new series of interactive displays in the Aquos Board line, the
4W-B series, in four sizes for collaboration and communication
anywhere through a 20-contact-point multi-touch system and adaptable
are 55", 65", 75", and 86". These boards feature
simultaneous writing for several users at once, as well as Sharp Pen
software settings and function access. The pen interface includes
handwriting recognition, whiteboard mode, and overlay mode, according
to a release. The screen offers glare resistance and natural writing
flow. The boards can be used continuously for up to 16 hours a day.
4W-B series also features instant compatibility with an HTML 5
browser app for web-based content. The displays include “public
mode” to keep content secure and prevent outsiders from making
55”, 65”, and 75” are available now, the company said, and the
86” will be available in early summer 2023.
are thrilled to be adding four new AQUOS BOARD interactive displays
to our lineup, with advanced features like simultaneous writing,
which allow groups in business or educational settings to collaborate
and work efficiently together," said Gary Bailer, director of
product management, Pro AV Products. "Sharp is continuing to
look at the changing needs of the workplace and classroom, and
tailoring products to fit the ideal modern solution needed for
engagement and productivity."
this page for more information and specifications on
the Aquos Board 4W-B series displays.
Imaging and Information Company of America and Sharp
NEC Display Solutions serve a wide variety of markets,
including professional and commercial, as well as retail, enterprise,
education, entertainment, transportation, energy and utility, and
Kate Lucariello is a former newspaper editor, EAST Lab high school teacher and college English teacher.