NextWindow Releases Latest Large Format Multi-Touch Screens

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Optical multi-touch technology is now available for screens up to 120"

We now have a solution that gives developers, designers and manufacturers endless possibilities.

NextWindow (, the leader in optical touch technology, today announced the release of their latest product, the 2150. This large format screen provides multi-touch capabilities for LCDs and Plasmas from 30" to 120." As with all NextWindow displays, the 2150 provides high touch accuracy, image clarity and cost effectiveness, traditionally a challenge for other touch technologies.

The 2150 is available with NextWindow's newly developed touch gestures application, which allows the screen to interpret specific multi-touch gestures. In addition to traditional one-finger functions, such as drag-and-drop, this display can interpret two-finger gestures such as pan, pinch, double-tap and scroll.

"The intuitive touch interface has become even more flexible for applications with the introduction of multi-touch to large format screens," said Anthony Uhrick, Vice President of Sales for NextWindow. "We now have a solution that gives developers, designers and manufacturers endless possibilities."

The 2150 is a drop-in replacement to its predecessor, the 2100, which also featured full mouse emulation without proprietary drivers. In addition, the 2150 boasts multi-touch and gesture recognition, fewer components for higher reliability and does not require external power beyond a USB connection.

Easily integrated into OEM and ODM display enclosures, the 2150 is an ideal hardware solution for next-generation applications. This includes interactive information displays, digital signage, kiosks, hospitality, entertainment, retail, and collaboration broadcasting solutions.

About NextWindow
NextWindow is a leader in touch-screen technology and a major manufacturer of optical multi-touch displays. With highly accurate, cost-effective solutions, NextWindow provides the hardware necessary to bring touch applications to life--giving software designers the freedom to create new, exciting and intuitive user interfaces. NextWindow is privately held with offices in New Zealand, Taiwan and California. More information about NextWindow is available at


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