panasonic has four new interactive displays for increasing collaboration in classrooms and broadrooms. Available in 50-inch, 65-inch, 85-inch and the largest 103-inch screen sizes, these plasma displays all feature 1920×1080 Full HD resolution and comes with integrated whiteboard function that allows users to start drawing or writing without the need for a PC. Users can store written content in an USB storage device.
These interactive displays feature integrated pen-touch capabilities with an Electronic Pen System, which allows up to 4 pens to be used at the same time for actions such as writing, annotating, drawing and moving items. The system also includes a remote pointer function for users to point, draw and annotate from up to 16 feet away (85-inch and 103-inch models can do from up to 26 feet away). Users can add the Easy Wireless Stick (model: ET-UW100) for wireless connection with PC. They also support SLOT 2.0 architecture.
The 50-inch TH-50PB2U, 65-inch TH-65PB2, 85-inch TH-85PB1 and 103-inch TH-103PB1 are priced at $2000, $5000, $30,000 and $49,995, respectively.