3M Introduces 46” High-Performance Multi-Touch Display

Wed Jun 5, 2013 11:53am EDT

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3M Introduces 46” High-Performance Multi-Touch Display

– New 46” projected capacitive chassis display delivers multi-user interactivity for collaborative applications

3M Touch Systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of 3M Company, today announces the availability of its newest high-performance multi-touch display designed specifically for multi-user collaborative applications, the 46-inch 3M™ Multi-Touch Display C4667PW. With the ability to track up to 60 simultaneous touches, this commercial-grade chassis display is ideal for applications that require two or more users to work independently or as a group in interactive table or wall-mount configurations.

The 3M C4667PW is unaffected by environmental lighting conditions and based on 3M projected capaciti ...

The 3M C4667PW is unaffected by environmental lighting conditions and based on 3M projected capacitive technology--the same touch technology found in smart phones and tablets. (Photo: 3M)

“The 46” C4667PW chassis display is our largest multi-touch display to date and helps redefine on-screen collaboration possibilities,” says Diego Romeu, global business unit manager, 3M Electronic Business Solutions. “This new display is an ideal solution for companies developing multi-user applications that are looking for the reliability, robustness, and touch performance needed for commercial environments.”

The C4667PW chassis display offers high-performance multi-touch interactivity (at a fast 10 millisecond touch response rate), high-definition graphics (1920x1080 resolution and 178 degree viewing angles), and sleek, flat front surface industrial-design capability. In addition, the C4667PW chassis display is specifically designed for high-use environments with a robust all-metal housing and chemically-strengthened 1.9 mm glass with an anti-glare finish to help ensure product longevity and premium image quality.

The 3M Multi-Touch Display C4667PW is based on 3M projected capacitive technology – the same touch technology found in smart phones and tablets – so unlike other large-format touch technologies multi-touch performance is unaffected by environmental lighting conditions. Also, the C4667PW chassis display features a stylish flat front surface design that makes it an attractive addition to any professional or commercial environment.

The 3M Multi-Touch Display C4667PW and the rest of the 3M Multi-Touch Display line is available from these leading U.S. distributors: BlueStar, Ingram Micro, ScanSource, SYNNEX, Tech Data, popular on-line retailers, and 3M’s on-line store, www.Shop3M.com.

For additional information on 3M Multi-Touch Displays, visit www.3m.com/multitouch.

3M Touch Systems provides innovative touchscreen technology products to customers worldwide under the “3M” and “MicroTouch” brands. Popular single-touch, dual-touch and multi-touch applications include casino gaming, foodservice, hospitality, industrial, interactive digital signage, healthcare, retail point of sale and self-service. For more information about 3M and MicroTouch products, visit www.3M.com/touch01. For an overview of popular touch technologies and terminology, visit www.touchtopics.com.

About 3M Touch Systems Inc.
3M Touch Systems Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of 3M and provider of innovative touchscreen solutions, operates globally and reports through 3M Electronics & Energy Business Group, headquartered in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit www.3M.com/touch. More information about 3M Company is available online.

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Editors: High-resolution images of 3M Multi-Touch products are available by contacting Tim Holt, 1-978-659-9379.

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