The Pano Touchscreen Desk From Ideum



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Apple is not the only company working on groundbreaking touchscreen solutions, cause Ideum has lately unveiled the 100-inch touchscreen desk called Pano. This touchscreen desk powered by Genuine 64-bit Windows 7 (Windows 8 ready) is able to detec the 40+ simultaneous touch points. The Pano comes as an integrated unit with its own computer workstation, audio with Yamaha speakers, and UPS, but it can also be configured for a control room setup with rack-mountable hardware. Although Ideum hasn’t yet disclosed the price of the gadget, most probably it won’t be under $10,000. This touchscreen desk could definitely help increase productivity in the office.
Via:bitrebels.com
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