InFocus JTouch 65-Inch Interactive Display
- Capacitive touchscreen technology
- 10 point touchscreen for more real-time editing
- Integrated: Stereo 20W (2 x 10W)
Designed specifically for the unique needs of the K-12 classroom
65-inch capacitive touch display
The InFocus INF6500E JTouch Interactive Display is a 65-inch display designed specifically for the unique needs of the K-12 classroom. The INF6500E features an edge-to-edge capacitive glass 10-point touch system with support for Windows 7/8 gestures (Mac gestures require downloads from infocus.com).
The display also offers 1080p (1920x1080) resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio and 120 Hz refresh rate. On the front of the display, comes with accessible HDMI and USB ports. With the cutting-edge touch technology, the INF6500E engages the entire class at a price that fits your school’s budget. Simply connect your PC, Mac or Chromebook to create a bright, colorful, and interactive touch experience.
Full touch control
Display your PC, Mac, or Chromebook via HDMI or VGA & control it from the display via touch using a USB cable. The JTouch display extends the reach of your computer’s USB ports with its easily-accessible USB ports. No calibration or special stylus needed for JTouch display, meaning, it’s quick and easy to use with just your fingertips.
High brightness and HD clarity
JTouch helps you get your message across and connect with your audience with incredible brightness, color and clarity. With 1080p resolution, your images, text and video will be seen and enjoyed even in large spaces with high ambient light.
Sleek and responsive capacitive touchscreen technology
What Is Capacitive Touch? If you've had an Apple iPhone, then you’ve used a capacitive touchscreen. These displays rely on the electrical properties of the human body to detect when and where on a display the user touches them.
Other forms of touchscreens are resistive, which requires pressure to be applied to the screen surface, and optical IR, which creates and invisible grid of infrared beams across the surface of the display to detect where touches occur.
A form of capacitive touch is called projected capacitive touch (or P-CAP), which allows touches to be sensed through a protective layer of glass.
The benefits of capacitive touch
As you may have noticed on your iPhone, capacitive touchscreens are very responsive and easy to use. Common gestures such as swiping and pinching are a very pleasant experience on capacitive touchscreens. All you need is a gentle touch to scroll through web pages, zoom in and out of maps, draw, and more.
Capacitive touch displays also have a seamless, sleek look, since they do not require an overlay around the edge of the screen like an IR touchscreen does. Thus, you get a true flat front all the way to the four edges of the device.
Projected capacitive touchscreens, which are employed in some of our most recent 40” JTouch whiteboard displays, sense touch through a protective layer in front of the display. This layer makes them very durable, more dust- and moisture-resistant, and usable with some types of gloves, such as those used in the medical field.
Please see the InFocus JTouch Interactive Display video below: