New wireless touchpanel is easy to dock, undock

 Crestron today announced the release of the new Crestron TPS-6XNL 6-inch wireless touchpanel, a non-locking version of the TPS-6X.
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Crestron today announced the release of the new Crestron TPS-6XNL 6-inch wireless touchpanel, a non-locking version of the TPS-6X. The 6XNL provides a sleek tabletop form factor while also offering total portability. What makes the 6XNL different is there is no latching hardware, making it simple to dock and undock.

"The TPS-6XNL is perfect for users that don't require or want the panel and dock to lock together," said Vincent Bruno, Crestron Director of Marketing.

While docked, the TPS-6XNL is a wired Cresnet® or Ethernet connected panel with full-motion video display; simply lift the panel off the dock, and the panel automatically switches to a wireless RF device.

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