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Touch screen displays are team players: Top 5 accessories

When buying a touch screen display, it is important to carefully check every detail to ensure that the device is the best choice for your purpose. But even if the touch screen fulfils all requirements for your meeting room or classroom, it can be difficult to utilise it efficiently without accessories. Today we present the top 5 accessories for touch screens from InFocus.

1. LightCast Key

USB-AdapterThe InFocus LightCast Key is a simple USB adapter that allows activation of the touchscreen’s LightCast functions. As soon as a USB adapter is connected to the touch screen, you can wirelessly connect PCs, laptops and mobile terminals to the touch screen without needing to install any extra software.

If you are making a presentation on a Light Cast-compatible screen, the LightCast Key also provides easy access to the Internet via a built-in web browser.

2. Soundbar


A Soundbar is required for presentation rooms and lecture halls of larger sizes. With the Soundbar, you can enjoy clear and sharp audio. A speaker unit is approx. 67 cm long and can be fastened at the bottom of the screen.

3. LightCast Hub

wireless presentationWith a LightCast Hub, you can virtually organise a wireless presentation or lecture on each screen equipped with an HDMI interface. The hub can be easily connected without the need for additional software. If the touch screen is equipped with a USB interface, you can control the connected hub via the screen. With the LightCast Hub, you can view documents, photos and videos and access the built-in web browser, as well as record, store and share notes and drawings. The wireless hub is compatible with Windows 7 and above, Mac, iOS and Android.

4. BigNote Annotation Software

big note softwareBigNote Software transforms the touch screen into an interactive whiteboard. Writing, drawing, and making notes using pins, highlighters, forms and lines becomes child’s play. A Mail Client enables you to directly email all your ideas and project progress to participants of the meeting. Any files that are saved on the touch screen can be exchanged and shared by means of the Mondopads. Since BigNote software is an extremely extensive accessory, InFocus offers a 30-day free trial version to its customers to let them test all functions, down to the smallest details.

5. Wall Mount and Mobile Cart

A wall mount or mobile cart is likely the most non-descript accessory of the touch screen display, but at the same time, it is the most important.

mobile cart touchdisplaysThe mobile cart’s advantage is that the touch display screen can be freely set up in the room and later moved, if needed. The height of the cart can be individually adjusted to each situation and each lecturer. You can also adjust the slope by means of the swivel. The universal bracket can be combined with all touch screen displays.

wandhalterung touchdisplay


If you want to affix your touch screen in a certain place, you can use a wall mount. The bracket can be laterally adjusted and tilted, allowing for the easy installation of cables. Like the mobile cart, the wall mount can be adjusted to fit each touch screen display.


All in all, each individual accessory has its unique advantages and special features. Each lecturer must decide for themselves which are essential for their work and which are just “nice-to-have”. Accessories facilitate personalisation and customisation of the touch screens in everyday situations and convert them into perfect aids for daily work.

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Soundbar – small but important

Giving a lecture in a lecture hall, presentation in the office, or video conferences requires not only ultra-sharp image display, but also a clear sound. Many devices provided with anti-reflection effects and touch function deliver high-resolution images but not the desired and appropriate sound. Because of poor acoustics, such videos, lessons and conferences are “blurred” and not well-understandable. This can be remedied by so-called soundbars – small loudspeaker bars that ensure a clear and understandable sound.

What is does a soundbar mean?

A soundbar is a longitudinal loudspeaker unit that is sometimes called “sound projector”. The unit is mechanically and electrically connected to a touchscreenn and, thereby, replaces the loudspeaker unit integrated in the display screen.


With various models from the JTouch, BigTouch and Mondopad series, the 50 watt HW-Soundbar-4 from InFocus of lets the listeners enjoy a clear and sharp sound . Unlike the JTouch and BigTouch models, the HW-Soundbar-4 is delivered together with large InFocus Mondopads (>55“ screen diagonal).

Was can HW-Soundbar-4 do?

HW-Soundbar-4 is compatible with many devices from the series JTouch, BigTouch and Mondopad. By means of mounting units already available on the touchscreen, this small loadspeaker bar can be mounted on the bottom or on the lateral side of the display screen. The scope of delivery contains a total of 2 soundbars for the left and right lateral side or bottom. A soundbar is 88,9 x 670,56 x 66,04 mm large and has two 3″ and one 3/4″ aluminium neodymium tweeter loudspeaker..

For a clear and intelligible sound in video conferencing, the soundbar provides 50-watt stereo and 70 Watt peek value for the entire system. The frequency range is from 90Hz to 20KHz.

How to install the Soundbar?

Soundbar InFocus



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Syllabus and training tools used with the InFocus display

In general, a syllabus refers to a set of courses that help students achieve certain academic or vocational objectives. Until now, teachers had to sacrifice hours of tedious work to create a syllabus, as well as to select and create an appropriate representation of the material. To make this work easier on teachers, a Qwizdom software package was developed for use with InFocus displays.

Interactivity in convenient, cloud-based classroom environments

The Qwizdom software package (INS-QOKTBUN) includes Oktopus software for interactive presentations and collaboration and cloud-based Ximbus software to make notes.

Qwizdom software package

Traditional learning software Oktopus

Oktopus is a software for schools looking for solutions with intuitive user-interfaces. This learning aid makes presentations possible in any learning environment by accessing lessons online – on display and on any kind of terminals. The total range of learning materials for students is covered by more than 70 built-in tools for creating syllabi in subjects such as mathematics, reading and writing, geography, and science. Notes are compatible with other applications and browsers facilitate a smooth transfer of documents and plans. Working together on a document or plan becomes much easier and more effective.. This allows teachers to retrieve already existing syllabi online, use them for themselves, improve, and build upon them. Since the software is compatible with Windows, iOS, and ChromeBook, the teacher can use any kind of terminal device.

In addition to tools for maths, geography, and science, Oktopus also features the standard tools which should be contained in each teaching program:

Premium Add-on Oktopus Blend

Oktopus Blend is an expansion of the conventional Okctopus software. It extends the one-year license for teachers to up to 40 students who then gain access via LAN. With additional features such as online reports, homework tools, and live lesson participation , students can now learn at home to prepare themselves for lessons.

Working together using GoogleDrive and Ximbus Software

Ximbus Software is the ideal solution for schools which use Google for Education. The Ximbus web application is fully Cloud-based and has been specially developed for educational tasks via Google Apps. Like Oktopus Blend, there is a one-year license for teachers plus 40 students. Thanks to its integration into Google Drive , it is possible to save and share Ximbus lesson content and to embed Google Contacts. In addition to the Whiteboard function and commenting in classrooms, there is also a function to add documents, browsing, slides, and images from the teacher’s resources and create lesson concepts from Cloud files using Ximbus Timeline. In the video below, you can see an explanation of the many other features of this solution:

With Oktopus, Oktopus Blend and Ximbus you can now upgrade and renew your lessons. Collaboration of the software packages with the Qwizdom software package (INS-QOKTBUN) will help teachers and students today and tomorrow.

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LightCast Key, LightCast Hub and InLightShow4 – Similarities and Differences

Small, lightweight and wireless! Screen presentations from various PCs and mobile devices without cables – this is the feature all three InFocus devices, LightCast Key, LightCast Hub and InLightShow4, have in common, but what are the differences between them?

The common features of these three devices are quickly recognisable: they enable wirelessly displayed presentations from PCs, laptops and mobile devices; they are easy to set up and connect; they do not require additional software installation to run; and they convert a screen into an interactive whiteboard. However, on closer examination, certain differences become obvious between the display and projector equipment.

LightCast Key – Wireless presentations and unlocked additional functions on screens and projectors compatible with LightCast

USB AdapterThe InFocus LightCast Key is a simple USB adapter that enables activation of the LightCast functions on your screen or projector. As soon as the USB adapter is connected to a LightCast-compatible device, PCs, laptops and mobile devices can be wirelessly connected to a screen or projector without needing to install extra software.

From now on, you can record, save and share notes, as well as view documents, photos and videos even without connecting to a PC. With LightCast Key, individuals making presentations on LightCast-compatible displays and projectors can also easily access the Internet through an integrated web browser. However, it is not possible to wirelessly connect several different devices via a single LightCast USB adapter. For each adapter, only one terminal device is able to connect.

LightCast Hub – Wireless presentations on screens or projectors of almost any kind via HDMI Interface

lc 100LightCast Hub makes presentations for lectures or team meetings easier. Your presentation can wirelessly run on any screen or projector via an HDMI interface. Via an HDMI or AV interface (3.5 mm jack plug), the LightCast Hub can connect to the screen or projector without complications or additional software installation. In the case of touch screens with touch USB feedback interfaces, you can continue to operate and control the connected LightCast Hub via the touch screen. For projectors and usual display units without touch functions, we recommend using a wireless mouse/keyboard system with USB interface, also connectable to LighCast Hub. The LightCast Hub is compatible with Windows 7, 8 and 10, Mac OS, iOS and Android (Miracast compatible), meaning you are not limited in your choice of terminal device types.

The four main LightCast functions are:

  • Wireless connection of mobile terminal devices
  • Recording, saving and sharing notes and drawings (Whiteboard function)
  • Access to an integrated web browser
  • Easy viewing of documents, photos and videos

LightShow4 – Cordless and wireless presentation with any data terminals

Like LightCast Hub, the InFocus LightShow4 can also be connected to any projector or screen via an HDMI or VGA input. LightShow is also compatible with the latest operating systems, such as Windows 7, 8, 10, Mac OS, iOS and Android. Mobile terminal devices can be connected to the LightShow adapters via the app „MirrorOp Presenter“ (Google Play / Apple App Store). Terminal devices, such as Windows or MAC notebooks, can be connected to the LightShow adapter via a USB dongle. The USB dongle allows wireless connection without the need for administrator rights on the notebook. Usually, office notebooks are locked for security reasons, preventing additional software from being installed on them. Not-locked Windows/Mac notebooks allow installation of client software. As soon as such software is installed, an additional icon (LightShow Manager) is displayed on the desktop. From there, you can control the LightShow adapter.

wireless adapter

With the LightShow adapter, you can connect up to four devices and view your screen contents both on the screen or the projector. The LightShow administrator (in many cases, a teacher) chooses what content should be currently displayed.

If the LightShow adapter is connected to a touch screen and a Touch Feedback line is connected to the LightShow adapter via a USB cable, the LightShow adapter can even transfer touch signals wirelessly. This means you can wirelessly connect your notebook to the LightShow adapter, which in turn, is connected to a touch screen. Ultimately, you can operate and control your notebook via the touch screen. Simply brilliant!

The wireless presentation at a high level is ensured with all 3 devices: LightCast KeyLightCast Hub and InLightShow4. Which one of them is the best – such a comparison cannot be made. Together, the three devices cover all typical needs for presentations and lessons.

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Collaboration and Data Visualisation for Teams: Jupiter Canvas CRS- 4K™

No present technology used for video transmission and display will influence the future so definitively as the 4K Digital Canvas. Previous technology allowed for the display of high-definition moving images and photos, but 4K goes far beyond just HD display.

What is Jupiter Canvas?

Jupiter Canvas facilitates the piecing together and management of many visual sources within a company, including video data from fixed cameras, mobile devices, or applications. With Jupiter Canvas, you can display the important and relevant video sources straight to your team for more effective collaboration. Notably, annotation can be added to live video streams.

What is Jupiter Canvas CRS-4K™?

Canvas CRS-4K converts any meeting room or area into a canvas to improve team work or effectively visualise data when needed. It is a small box that can be placed anywhere in the room, and using the Canvas SimpleShare™ feature, each presenter can wirelessly connect their laptop or PC to give their presentation both for local and external canvas participants.

For visualisation, CRS-4K™ supports up to four 1080p HD displays (2/2 video wall) or a 4K system (1 screen). Other features include: Microsoft Lync® integration and support for calls to and from third-party SIP systems to share or transfer video and audio data.

What is the application area of Jupiter Canvas CRS-4K™?

Teams can use Jupiter Canvas CRS-4K to share content of all kinds on smartphones, tablets, and PCs with other teams in real time. Files can be modified, saved, and sent live from several locations. Processing and multiplication in voice and video chats is also supported by the Canvas SimpleShare™ software.

Jupiter 4k CanvasThe Canvas CRS- 4K™ system was specially developed for efficient team work and is a must in monitoring traffic, town planning, or production areas as it creates an omnipresent view of the location and complex scenarios.

The high-performance graphics system of Canvas CRS-4K is also well-suited for use in engineering and design (CAD/CAE/AEC), geographic information systems (GIS) and visualisation, oil and gas, life sciences, digital content creation (DCC), digital media, and other complex systems.

The SimpleShare technology of Jupiter Canvas provides the ability to wirelessly share videos from any laptop. Remote experts without Canvas can still share video and audio with Canvas users by connecting to any SIP-based video chat. Canvas navigation can also be controlled from any tablet via Multitouch.

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Beamer vs. Whiteboards in the training room – Part 2

Now it’s time for the second part of the “Royal battle”.

In one corner there is the long-established projector, in the other our upstart, the touch screen with integrated whiteboard software or connected Android Whiteboard Box. The previous result is 2: 2 or a draw for projectors and whiteboards in the areas of installation, image size and contrast and quality. You missed the first game? Here you can retrace the battle.

beamer vs touchscreen

In order to detain you no longer: “Let’s get ready to rumble!”

Round 3: Interactivity

With digital whiteboards as well as with interactive beamers, professors, teachers or students can write directly onto the picture. In addition, both of them often provide sophisticated software for creating, displaying and storing teaching contributions, such as the Whiteboard software from InFocus. The difference shows when the screen is to be touched in order to select a program. Here, whiteboards work with digital pens as well as with the powerful multi-touch technology which allows you to write on the display with several fingers at the same time. In this regard, the projectors cannot match.




Winners: Whiteboards

Round 4: Shadows

No matter how much you try to avoid, beamers cast shadows when people enter their projection field. And there are only a few things that are more disagreeable during a presentation than to be blinded by the light of the projector or not to be able to see a complete picture due to the shadows. Whiteboards create the image internally by using liquid crystal display panels. Thus, there is no shadowing. In addition, they are independent of light conditions and provide a clear picture even in strong sunlight.




Winners: Whiteboards

Round 5: Costs

With regard to technology for the education sector, often the price is crucial. Projectors are the undefeated champions on the cost side. For example, a 65-inch JTouch is fast three times as expensive as a Short ThrowBeamer. Depending on the model, the Whiteboard software or Android Whiteboard Box has also to be added in the case of the JTouch. Although a lamp has to be bought and replaced every two years, the projectors remain cheaper.




Winners: projectors



After the judges have scored their points, a clear winner is determined:

the whiteboards.


However, the Beamers demand a rematch. The beamer technology is maturing and prices are falling. This point of the beamers might be lost this time. We will see. Notwithstanding the above: the ultimate winners of projection technology are neither whiteboards nor projectors, but teachers and students.

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Projector vs. Whiteboards in the training room – Part 1

It is a technological “Royal battle”. The struggle between electronic whiteboards and projectors might determine how a whole generation of college students will be taught. Imagine a cage match with five rounds, where advantages and disadvantages compete.

In one corner we have the old champion, the traditional classroom projectorprojector that has always done a good job. It traditionally projects readable texts and pictures onto the canvas. The prices for a projector have never been lower and are currently starting around 300 Euros for a device with scalable projection size and adaption to different light conditions. In other words, it carries the weight of the video based doctrine in classrooms and auditoriums.

JtouchIn the other corner, we see the upstart: a large interactive whiteboard. It is more expensive, but allows an additional level of interactivity and especially connectivity to the modern media. Equipped with the right whiteboard software and a Android Whiteboard Box, teachers and students have auto forms, pens in every conceivable color, text marker and much more at their disposal. Touch screens never cast a bad light on the lecture or the teacher. Explanation: When using a projector, you usually stand in the light oft the projector. This is most a bit nerve-racking for the speakers. Only in case of larger set-ups / installations the speaker ist standing or sitting far away from the projection screen. Mostly the lecturer stands close to the projection screen an thus fully in the projector light.

So, “let’s get ready to rumble”!

Preliminary round: Installation

There are a lot of preparations to be made before the fight can begin. Both devices have to be installed first. A projector has to hang from a ceiling or wall or to be placed on tables (including sub-tables). This may involve wiring, mounting hardware and oftenly stand -along audio.

Large displays are not easier when it comes to the setup. The InFocus 65-inch JTouch requires two persons to safely hang it up. Likewise, a special hardware installation, often including in-wall wiring, is required as well as the installation of the whiteboard software. But it’s worth it: The InFocus audio systems can easily fill a medium-sized training room with sound.

Winner: drawn

Round 1: Image size

The bell rings and round 1 begins. Here, the image size matters. In this aspect, the projector that can scale an image to a size of 380 cm (or 3.8 m) is clearly advantageous, especially in large rooms. So, the whiteboards fall back.

Winners: projectors


Round 2: Contrast and Quality

The InFocus JTouch 65-inch can show more contrast and image quality than the InFocus projector, providing a clear and sharp image on the entire surface. With the projectors, the shaprness at the edge of the picture can differ slightly from the center of the image. A better contrast brings more detail to the screen, especially at fine shapes of the color in the picture.

Winner: whiteboards


The two parties are now allowed to have a break to prepare for the last 3 rounds. Read next week wich one can expand its leadership!

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The RealCam PTZ Camera

Concerning video transmission technology, currently there are serious differences on the market. With our Realcam PTZ-3, you will not have to compromise on quality in video conferences. The brilliant image and video transmission of the PTZ camera creates event experiences of the extra class.

Panning, tilting, zooming with the PTZ camera

Pan-Tilt-Zoom makes the PTZ camera a professional RealCam that may be added to any PC. The PTZ camera combines an HD wide angle video camera with USB 3.0 and HDMI connectivity at a low frequency range. For you, the RealCam PTZ constitutes a valuable extension, if you already use a Mondopad or a BigTouch from InFocus, because the PTZ camera is compatible with all these devices and comes completely without separate recording software or drivers.

Ptz camera Real CamThe true 1080p HD resolution delivers vibrant images – even at a greater distance and under low light conditions. Control via the included remote control is ideal for use in large rooms, where a long distance must be bridged, but still eye contact has to be kept. This not only makes InFocus’ own applications more interesting, like ConX Group Sessions or 121 Video Calling, but also Skype, Adobe Connect, Lync, or GoToMeeting applications.

Since the PTZ camera is equipped with a silent direct-drive mechanism, it performs fluid and rapid movements. Panning, tilting and zooming are performed via the integrated 72.5° wide-angle lens, in a swivel angle of -170° to +170° and a tilt angle of -30° to + 90°.

PTZ camera minimizes your costs and increases workforce

In an increasingly global economy, video conferencing becomes more and more important. The advantage is that you may work with colleagues, partners and customers around the world without the risk of expensive travel expenses and long travel times.

PTZ camera Real CamOur InFocus experts are working on making collaboration in meetings and presentations even more effective. Simple transfer of pictures and videos in brilliant quality and foolproof operation are particularly important to us.

With the PTZ camera, we have found a way to record your live events in True HD. Whether video conferencing, company training or sales events: Assuredly, the RealCam is also suitable for your applications thanks to the quality levels of 720p, 1080i or up to 1080p/60.   Optimal sound quality is guaranteed by effective 2D and 3D noise reduction as well as by the low-noise CMOS sensor. The automatic white balance ensures a clear image with strong contrasts between object and background.

The PTZ camera is THE extension for your InFocus devices, if you often work with video transmissions. The technical gimmick impresses with its high quality equipment, foolproof operation and versatile connectivity as well as with a perfect price- performance ratio.

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InFocus LightCast Hub – wireless and uncomplicated

The problem has existed since there are electrical devices: The entire infrastructure in the presentation room has to be connected and configured via cables. This often leads to a confusing tangle of cables and defective devices. InFocus has recognized this problem and, with the LightCast Hub, provides a wireless connection of PCs, tablets, laptops and smart phones to projectors and displays.

Wireless presentation of screen contents

Wireless presentation of screen contents

Just like our wireless USB adapter SP-WIFIUSB-2, the LightCast Hub also allows data to be transferred wirelessly, quickly and in a perfect quality. The compact appliance supports a variety of end devices, regardless of whether you are using an Apple device, Windows product, or a Chrome device. The screens can be transferred to the display or projector with full audiosupport.

More powerful displays with LightCast technology

The LightCast technology extends the capabilities of your projector or your display with many powerful features:

  • With the InFocus LightCast Hub, you may simply transfer wirelessly the screen views from any computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone to projectors or displays running on Windows, Apple iOS/OSX, Android and Chrome OS, and share them with your team.
  • The built-in 4 GB memory allows you to capture various documents (for example, pdf, doc, docx, xls, xlsx, ppt, pptx, notes), movies (avi, mkv, mpg, mpeg, mov, mp4, 3gp, Rm, rmvb) or photos (for example, jpg, jpeg, bmp, png) to the display or the projector and then present them directly from the integrated memory without a PC.
  • An integrated whiteboard app turns any connected display into a feature-rich, interactive whiteboard with digital pens, markers, shapes, and lines. This allows simply commenting on and editing of presentations on the display and works without connection to a PC. The app can be operated very easily by using a wireless mouse and keyboard, as well as by a touch function. Surprise your audience with a whiteboard in an impressive large format!

Wireless presentation of screen contents

  • Notes that you write on the interactive whiteboard during the presentation or during the meeting, can be saved and sent directly via the LightCast Hub.
  • Go online using the web browser integrated in the LightCast Hub, access online curricula, file sharing platforms, and web pages. This also works without a connected computer simply via LAN or WLAN. Thus, you may edit presentations and access the Internet without a PC connection.
  • In order to use the web browser and whiteboard features, you only need to activate the app (Miracast for Android & Windows, Airplay for iOS/OSX for devices running on Chrome OS).

The LightCast Hub is equipped with a virtual keyboard (US layout). If the hub is used for devices without a touch screen, a separate keyboard and mouse are required.

With the LightCast Hub, chaotic cable spaghetti, as well as sharing and storing notes and files during a presentation, is no longer a problem for you. With this clever, wireless technology, you can easily share information with your colleagues and improve teamwork – in the classroom, conference room or boardroom.

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The perfect presentation – Touch screens against boredom

“More than 80 percent of all presentations are boring or even soporific.”

The Wall Street Journal recently came to this shocking result. Only 3% of the presentations held in companies inspire listeners and viewers, attract attention and thus contribute to simplifying work in the first place. There are multiple reasons for this. Often, there is simply fear of modern presentation technology behind it.

With some exercise, a children’s game

Presentations and meetings are intended to define project objectives, to coordinate project partners and improvetheir collaboration in the company. Overloaded slides, a monotonous lecture style as well as a lack of know-how on the touch screen often make a presentation a disaster only after a short time.

Before you begin with your presentation on the touch screen at all, you should ask yourself: Are my slides designed simply and attractively? Am I able to speak as freely as possible? Am I familiar with the touch screen? If you have to answer even one of these questions with “no”, this means: Practice makes perfect!

present at the touch screen - the perfect presentation

Here are some more general tips:

  1. Communicate only one message per slide. Not all people are multitasking. If your audience is constantly busy with reading, no one will listen to you.
  2. Do not read from your presentation slides and never turn your back on your audience. Maintain eye contact and respond to feedback from your audience.
  3. Use your touch screen as a resource for entertaining, interactive presentations. Reduce your stress factor by acquainting yourself with the technology and practicing with your touch screen.

Touch screen JTouch INF6500eAG for diversified presentations

Our 65-inch touch screen of the JTouch display series helps you to make your presentation interesting and, at the same time, as stress-free as possible. Connect the JTouch INF6500eAG to your notebook or PC and control your presentation directly via the large-format touch screen. The advantage is that you can better inspire your audience because you may control elements and slides during the presentation easily on the big screen and you do not have to stick spellbound to your PC or notebook.

Touch screen JTouch INF6500e by InFocus - the perfect presentation

The capacitive touch screen with anti-glare display provides a light and colour touch experience that can be controlled by an easy-to-use touch screen technology, because you already know the technology from your iPhone: The JTouch INF6500eAG works with the same effortless gesture control (for example, “wiping”, “tapping”, “dragging”) like smart phones or tablets.

Another plus: Add the wireless InFocus LiteShow 4 adapter to the JTouch INF6500eAG in order to easily exchange data, audio, and video files using a WLAN connection. This exempts you from intimidating cable spaghetti, reduces your stress factor and accelerates the presentation.

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