NEWBURY PARK, Calif. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — CyberTouch|AV is pleased to announce its release of a complete line of touch screen monitors compatible with the Extron Annotator. Ranging in sizes from 6.4 to 52 inches, CyberTouch|AV’s line of touch screen monitors are offered in desktop/wall-mount (Orion), panel-mount / flush-mount (Eclipse) and open-frame (Sola) styles.
All of CyberTouch|AV touch screen monitors connect with the annotator via USB or serial connection. CyberTouch|AV offers the largest line of Extron Annotator compatible product line in the industry.
About CyberTouch|AV: Founded in 1982, CyberTouch|AV designs, manufactures, and markets specialty touch screen monitors and related touch products for the audio visual industry. CyberTouch|AV touch screen monitors are compatible with the leading AV companies such as AMX, Crestron, Pioneer, and Boeckeler Pointmaker. For more information please call 805-499-5000 ext. 4140 or visit: www.CyberTouchAV.com .
About the Extron Electronics Annotator: The Extron Annotator is a high performance, hardware-based annotation processor that offers live annotation capabilities plus high performance scaling and switching on any type of display. With an intuitive graphical user interface, a presenter can easily draw, point, or add text to motion video or still images using the CyberTouch|AV touch screen monitors.
The Annotator’s seven-input switcher supports analog and digital video formats including RGB, DVI, and HD-SDI, simplifying system design and significantly reducing overall system cost.
The Annotator is ideal for applications that require the overlay of graphics and text within A/V presentations, including law enforcement, medicine, education, telepresence, and live events.
For more information regarding the Extron Annotator, please visit www.extron.com/company/article.aspx?id=annotatorad .
News Source: CyberTouch
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