Digital display manufacturer InFocus recently unveiled the new version of its Mondopad.
New features include:
- Smaller bezel, allowing for a wider touch area and improved sensitivity across its 55-inch display.
- Five-point touchscreen and enhanced application compatibility for current and future software releases. InFocus has Doubled the number of optical touch sensors
The Mondopad also features a digital interactive whiteboard, document annotation, and business-class video conferencing. It allows users to share, view and control applications for tablets and smartphones, and comes with a full version of Microsoft® Office 2010 Suite.
Mondopad is available for a manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $6,999. Training is available immediately as well, with a two-hour session priced at $599 and a four-hour session at $899.