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Newline NAOS TT-6519IP Touchscreen
£2,458.80 (inc. VAT)
- Capacitive touch technology
- Optically bonded screen
- Gesture recognition
- Device compatible
- Linux-based OS
- Public Sector
Projected Capacitive Touch
The Newline IP Series uses Capacitive Touch Technology which allows you to write smoothly and drag with ease. This type of touch technology puts the familiarity of a smartphone onto your front of screen display. Useful for students who will be used to using iPads/smartphones/tablets.
Object recognition ensures the screen recognises a finger, stylus and palm to react as a marker, pen or eraser, respectively, all without having to switch tools or settings. Easy for both teacher and pupil to use for whiteboarding, annotation or pedagogical based software.
Optical Bonded Screen
The IP Series delivers the best visual experience possible with increased clarity and parallax reduction, you know that your audience will be able to see the content from anywhere in the room, thanks to the 178-degree viewing angle. No one in the meeting or lesson misses out on valuable information, everyone can see clearly.
Regardless of the device you or the school uses, connecting the Newline IP Series is effortless, from Android to Windows, Apple and more, you can easily connect your device to this screen. This means less messing around at the beginning of a meeting or lesson, you simply connect and go.
Keep your network and data secure on a display that keeps your confidential information under lock and key. The OS is powered by Linux so the IP Series lets you keep root access to your network out of reach whilst remaining easy for anyone to walk up and use. Have more control over both your panel and your data.
All IP Series interactive touch panels come with an easily accessible OPS port. This allows you to simply add the power of a desktop computer directly to your touchscreen. This will bring dynamic lessons with you being able to choose between using either pedagogical software or use desktop features, such as showing YouTube videos, Kahoot! in lessons, etc.