Avocor @ Bett 2018

Sponsored: 2018 company of the year finalists, Avocor to launch new E-series touchscreens at Bett

Avocor, the interactive display experts, will be launching a new line of touchscreens designed specifically for education, at Bett 2018.

The new-to-market E series combines the very latest in lightweight LED technology on a 4K Infrared display with 2mm optically bonded glass, delivering superior touch accuracy when inking and writing.

Avocor are the first manufacturer on the market to use optical bonding in their 4K interactive displays, producing a visually stunning interactive experience with increased luminance and contrast. Available to see for the first time at the Bett show in January, the E series is ideal for education, at an affordable price point as well as being incredibly durable and hardwearing. The E series also enjoys no parallax gap between the glass and the actual display, making the touch experience pixel perfect for the user.

Optimised for Windows 10, users can enjoy the edge swipe functionality, as well as anti-glare and anti-fingerprint glass that has been specially coated to give an exceptionally smooth and natural writing experience. The E series represents the very latest in LED technology with an exceptionally light and slim bezel which is aesthetically pleasing, while collaboration is easy with ultra-fast 20-point touch points using Avocor Intelligent Touch technology.

With a range of connectivity options, a front of display control bar, a range of Avocor software applications and an OPS PC slot to further enhance the display, the E series has been designed to be the most cost-effective, high performance display available on the market today.

To see the E series, visit the Avocor on Stand B160 or contact us via:

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