Panasonic upgrades the classroom to 4K with new 75″ interactive touchscreen

Panasonic has just announced a new monster 75″ 4K direct-LED panel (TH-75BQE1 for those playing at home). This interactive digital whiteboard is designed for business, government and education institutions. Featuring 10-points...

Panasonic has just announced a new monster 75″ 4K direct-LED panel (TH-75BQE1 for those playing at home). This interactive digital whiteboard is designed for business, government and education institutions. Featuring 10-points of touch, the interactive panel also support notation using an included stylus pen.

The display also features a USB port for simply playback of content, doubling as a way of recording the presentation as it happens. Document notations can also be saved to a connected PC for distribution to absentees or staff in remote offices at a later date.

Chris Maw, Product Marketing Manager, Panels and Projectors, Panasonic, said:

Our display panels are known for their ease of use and now they are more accessible to everyone. For those who want an extra-large, highly detailed display, the 75-inch panel provides a wide screen and vivid, sharp 4K resolution.

The displays can be operated in Whiteboard Mode which allows users to write and draw on screen with a tool palette to adjust line thickness and colour; PowerPoint Link Mode for swift import, modification, and resaving of PowerPoint files; or Desktop Mode which mirrors content as it appears on the PC screen.

Both models are equipped with a Direct-panel LED for consistent quality and image illumination, and feature front-facing speakers for clear audibility in meeting rooms and classrooms.

If you’re budget can’t quite stretch for the 4K version, there’s also a 65″ 1080p variant available.

BQE1/ BFE1 SERIES – FEATURES, PRICING AND AVAILABILITY

Model No. TH-75BQE1 TH-65BFE1
Screen Size 75-inch 65-inch
LCD Panel VA Panel / Direct-LED
Brightness 400 cd/m2
Resolution (H x V) 3840 x 2160 1920 x 1080
RRP $12099 $6499
Availability August July

The Full HD panel (July) and the 75 inch 4K touch panel display (August) will both be available from authorised Panasonic distributors and dealers.

For more information, head over to www.panasonic.com.au

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