Sharp's Aquos line of TVs are well-known. But the Aquos Board is now set to take over the boardroom. No more whiteboards and huffable markers.
The up-to-80" (available in 60"-70"-80") Aquos Boards have the same display technology as their at-home sets, but add in touch capability and a connected PC. It runs on Windows 7, using Office and Touchpad apps.
From the Sharp press release:
"Sharp’s 80-Inch Class (80” diagonal) Full-Array LED Backlit Touch-Panel Display is a complete interactive and digital solution for collaborative meetings, presentations, video conferencing, live data and interactive digital signage. This digital meeting solution offers full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, providing a higher quality visual display than a traditional projector, in addition to the touch-screen capabilities, creating a truly hands-on experience. "