Hitachi PXDUO-65P Brings Multi-touch To Plasma Displays

Posted: Nov 24 2009, 6:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:45pm CDT, in News | Technology News

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Hitachi just announced the launch of a new product; the PXDUO-65P Interactive Plasma Overlay. This overlay turns a normal plasma display into a fully-functional multi-touch screen. It features a 65" viewing area, and uses Hitachi's Duo technology to allow two different users to use the display at the same time. The PXDUO comes standard with an electronic pen, featuring 3 buttons to aid in mouse customization.

The PXDUO-65P itself comes with 16 function buttons, 14 of which can be customized by the user. Basically, this overlay is built for office applications. You can use it to create a multi-touch whiteboard, or a presentation terminal. The only limits are your imagination, or up to 65" of screen size. Whichever runs out first.

Of course, products like this don't come cheap. Expect this to be priced for schools and businesses, not private consumer use. That said, if you're willing to drop a few grand in order to convert that old plasma display into a multi-touch screen, no one's going to stop you. Just be sure to send us lots and lots of pictures.

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