Monday, Dell launched three new, interactive display products, purpose-built for active learning, classrooms and conference rooms.
The 70-inch Interactive Conference Room Monitor (C7017T) is the company’s first interactive-touch, 70-inch, Full HD (1080p) monitor.
It features a large touch display for collaboration, with 10-point hand touch plus two included styluses, an anti-glare and anti-smudge coating on the cover glass for easy viewing, and monitor components for clear text and images.
It also features multiple ports for plug and play connectivity, an RS232 and RJ45 interface to support remote management, and optional wireless connectivity (WR517 + product link).
Dell further introduced two interactive projectors (S560T & S560P). These projectors are promised to offer a lower-cost alternative to interactive touch displays.
The company also revealed Dell Classroom, a Chrome-based software solution aimed at bridging the collaboration gap between students and teachers with tools that connect their devices in the classroom.
These announcements come as part of Dell’s participation in the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2016 Conference and Expo, taking place June 26-29.