TouchSystems Upgrades V32 Touch Screen with LED Edge-Lit Display

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TouchSystems' V3280I-U3 large-screen display features LED edge-lighting and multi-touch functionality.

The V3280I-U3 is budget-friendly and a good, long-term investment.

TouchSystems continues to improve its V Series, a line of entry-level, large-screen touch displays, with an updated 32-inch model. The new model features LED edge-lighting and other improvements that increase energy conservation and decrease the total cost of ownership.

“The 32-inch multi-touch screen adds to our already robust line of entry-level touch displays,” says Carol Nordin, president of TouchSystems. “The updated model is not only budget friendly but also a good, long-term investment. With its updated components and several connectivity options, including an OPS-compliant slot, the screen won’t need to be replaced for a number of years.”

The V3280I-U3, based on the NEC V323, is integrated with an infrared touch technology that offers multiple (six) touch points, meaning that multiple viewers can use the screen at the same time or that a single viewer can swipe, gesture, pinch, and zoom. The screen’s other components, notably LED edge-lighting and the advanced thermal capabilities and cooling system, result in a touch screen ideally suited for public environments such as restaurants and retail stores. The screen also boasts an OPS-compliant slot and other connections, all of which ease installation and maintenance.

TouchSystems was established in 1996. The company is a pioneer in the touch technology industry. TouchSystems works with its customers to create innovative touch solutions, such as desktop touch monitors, interactive digital signage, all-in-one systems, kiosks, and industrial controls and peripherals. TouchSystems is based in Hutto, Texas and is a certified woman- and minority-owned small business. For more information, call (512) 846-2424 or visit TouchSystems also can be followed on Twitter at and on Facebook at

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