InFocus Introduces Its Largest Open Android-Based Touch Display for Collaboration - Tech Learning

InFocus Introduces Its Largest Open Android-Based Touch Display for Collaboration

The 86-inch JTouch Plus employs an open Android platform that allows users to install and use any applications from the Google Play Store.
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 InFocus Corporation (www.infocus.com) today launches an addition to its JTouch product family, with the JTouch Plus INF8630AG, an open Android-based interactive touch display solution built for collaboration, featuring a 4K anti-glare 86-inch display that users can customize and annotate over any documents, whiteboard, browse the web, and run Android apps, plus wirelessly cast using LightCast.

The 86-inch JTouch Plus employs an open Android platform that allows users to install and use any applications from the Google Play Store. Students can interact with educational content, games and information on the large screen as they would on a tablet. Presenters and peers can touch icons on the display to change inputs, or access the home screen, all applications, and control functions; and when whiteboarding, users can draw with one finger, move on-screen content with two, or use three fingers to  erase.

Other features include:

  • LightCast suite of presentation, teamwork, and content-sharing capabilities
  • A variety of pens and shapes to annotate on top of e-books, lessons and notes, web pages, or student’s work   
  • Multi-device touch control, which allows presenters to plug in up to eight devices including smartphones, laptops, or tablets, without needing to change cables

The 86-inch JTouch Plus INF8630AG and INF8630eAG for K-12 education customers is now available in the U.S. and Canada through InFocus resellers and will be available directly from the manufacturer at www.infocus.com/store, for $11,999 and $11,099, respectively.

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