Facilitating collaboration within work spaces, Hitachi America Ltd., has introduced a complete selection of interactive displays.
The company says corporate meeting spaces vary widely depending on the physical limitations within a building space, and companies’ exact collaboration needs.
“One of the biggest things we’ve learned from talking to our customers is that each meeting space is different,” says Mike Morin, manager, strategic sales development, Hitachi America, Ltd.
“Companies that have smaller collaboration spaces typically want a more hands-on together and visually work together on a single screen. Other companies that have larger meeting spaces will turn to a solution that involves a projector to ensure everyone in the meeting can see the screen. We’ve worked to ensure that we have a product for every type of solution.”
A Choice of Hitachi Interactive Displays
The company’s new line of interactive displays offers models that include a full HD 65-inch model, along with an Ultra HD 4K 75-inch and 86-inch models.
Hitachi America points out the displays feature HDMI and USB inputs on the front panel, and the products support interactive functionality with a minimum of at least a 10-point touch display, and other amenities such as front speakers, and compatibility with Microsoft Windows and Apple OSX-based McIntosh computers.
Some of the other features built into the products include a PC-less writing feature that’s available in the 75-inch Ultra HD 4K model, and Crestron certification for full control system integration support.
Integrators can deploy the interactive displays in corporate boardrooms, building lobbies, huddle rooms, and other similar locations that require interactive capabilities.
Hitachi America adds that its newly announced interactive displays can be used in a range of business environments from small startup companies, to large corporate international Fortune 500 entities.
The global electronics manufacturer backs the interactive displays with a three-year onsite warranty.
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