NMW 2002: TouchSystems launches touch computer

Chicago, Ill. - TouchSystems (Austin, Tex.) introduced IndustraTouch II. The latest addition to the panel PC line offers a 133 MHz Celeron/Pentium III processor, 150 W ATX power supply, and up to 512 MB system memory with either 12.1- or 15.1-in. TFT LCD displays measuring 16 x 14 x 4.9-in.

03/29/2002


Chicago, Ill. - TouchSystems (Austin, Tex.) introduced IndustraTouch II. The latest addition to the panel PC line offers a 133 MHz Celeron/Pentium III processor, 150 W ATX power supply, and up to 512 MB system memory with either 12.1- or 15.1-in. TFT LCD displays measuring 16 x 14 x 4.9-in.

Other features include:

  • Four serial and two USB ports;

  • Choice of resistive, capacitive, or surface acoustic wave touch;

  • Wake on LAN;

  • Supports second display;

  • Ac/dc power supply;

  • Cable management design, hides cables;

  • Panel mount, wall mount, or swing arm;

  • Motion detector, IrDA, and wireless keyboard sensors optional.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Gary A. Mintchell, senior editor
gmintchell@cahners.com





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