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Panasonic 4K/HD whiteboards

Panasonic's new range of whiteboards includes fully interactive, digital, 75” 4K and 65” HD touch screens.

Gone are the whiteboard pens, needing a metho soaked rag to get them really clean – these use a new direct-LED panel replete with 10-point touch and bright, crisp images, 4K and HD images.

The displays have a USB flash drive memory viewer to play media and video capture to record the presentation as it happens, as well as screen capture as an image file. Document notations can be saved to a PC for distribution to absentees or staff in remote offices.

Chris Maw, product marketing manager, Panels and Projectors, Panasonic, said: “Our display panels are known for their ease of use and now they are more accessible to everyone. For those who want an extra-large, highly detailed display, the 75-inch panel provides a wide screen and vivid, sharp 4K resolution.”

The displays can be operated in Whiteboard Mode which allows users to write and draw on screen with a tool palette to adjust line thickness and colour; PowerPoint Link Mode for swift import, modification, and resaving of PowerPoint files; or Desktop Mode which mirrors content as it appears on the PC screen.

Both models are equipped with a Direct-panel LED for consistent quality and image illumination, and feature front-facing speakers for clear audibility in meeting rooms and classrooms.

Model No.

TH-75BQE1

TH-65BFE1

Screen Size

75-inch covered by protective safety glass film

65-inch

LCD Panel

VA Panel / Direct-LED for 178° viewing angles and an anti-glare finish

Brightness

400 cd/m2

Resolution (H x V)

3840 x 2160

1920 x 1080

Ports

HDMI x 2
PC mini D-sub
DVI-D
USB-A for memory viewer
USB-A for touch panel
3.5mm audio in
3.5mm audio out

same

Speaker

10W

same

Software

Whiteboard mode, PowerPoint mode

Desktop mode, video and screen capture

same

Accessories

Stylus pens, Draw and Write, Change Line Thickness, Colour, and Background with Tool Palette

same

RRP

$12099

$6499

Availability

August

July

Website

http://www.tos.by/pdf_files/plasma_panasonic/th-bqe1_bfe1.pdf

 

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