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Sleek and chic: mountable touchmonitors



Mountable monitors give an elegant impression and offer the best possible integration in various environments, such as kiosk and self-service solutions, even in exhibition booths. With the mountable touchmonitors from iiyama you receive standard and widescreen models ranging from 10.1″ to 65″ (26 to 165 cm) with particularly long life cycles. All models feature a bezel-free touch surface with projected capacitive multi-touch technology. The surface is scratch and impact-resistant for durability – which is very important when the technology is often used in public places and schools. The touch technology even works smoothly if there are scratches on the glass.
The capacitive touch technology, which is installed in the iiyama touchmonitors, uses a sensor network of micro-fine wires. They are integrated in the glass surface. Touching the screen with fingers (or gloves) or magnetic stylus changes the electrical signals – which calculates the touch position and passes it on to the controller. The built-in glass surface is very durable and scratch-resistant. The monitors are certified according to IP65 standards, for protection against the ingress of dust and moisture.

The presentation is always true to life and pinpoint sharp, even in full HD. Whether viewing directly in front, from the side, up or down: thanks to a generous viewing angle readability is guaranteed everywhere. In public usage areas simply lock all the operating keys in order to protect against unauthorized access. Via the existing interfaces – VGA, DVI and Displayport, as well as USB for the touch controller – integration is a breeze. The power supply and connection cable are included in the delivery.

Some models are equipped with palm detection. When the touchscreen is operated with a stylus, this technique ensures that simultaneous contact with a finger or palm is ignored. Palm detection automatically activates when you touch the screen with a stylus. If the screen is not touched with a stylus for more than one second, the touchscreen will automatically return to finger mode.