Extron kicks off its press release on its new TLP Pro 725T TouchLink Pro Touchpanel by claiming the product reinvents touchpanel performance and design.
Indeed, Extron writes that it has a powerful new quad-core processor and eight times more memory feeding the seven inch, 1024×600 high resolution capacitive touchscreen.
As far as design, Extron says the TLP Pro 725T TouchLink Pro has superb durability with scratch and smudge-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass and a stylish, ergonomic enclosure.
“We designed these new TLP Pro 725T touchpanels with a number of significant enhancements in both performance and style,” says Casey Hall, VP, sales and marketing. “We boosted processing power, memory, and graphics, then wrapped it all in a sleek enclosure that simply looks stunning.”
More from Extron’s TLP Pro 725T TouchLink Pro Touchpanel Press Release:
The TLP Pro 725T is built for today with an eye on the future. With its improved graphics engine, quad-core processor, and increased RAM, you’ll see faster background graphic loads and crisper page flips.
These performance enhancements offer an enhanced user experience now, while providing ample memory and processing power to support exciting new features and capabilities in the future via firmware updates. All TouchLink Pro touchpanels can be customized using Extron GUI Designer software. This powerful interface design software offers ready-to-use templates for a wide variety of rooms and presentation environments.
On its website, Extron goes into detail about the graphics delivered by TLP Pro 725T, claiming the higher resolution combined with deeper color depth and increased pixel density deliver crisp, bright graphics for a satisfying user experience:
- 7″ capacitive touchscreen with 1024×600 resolution and 24-bit color depth
- Newly designed inside and out for the ultimate balance of performance and style
- Tough, scratch and smudge-resistant screen
- Faster, quad-core processor
- Eight times more memory
- Compatible with all IP Link Pro control processors
- Power over Ethernet provides power and communication over a single Ethernet cable
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