AG Neovo’s TX-Series and TM-Series multi-touch monitors feature ergonomic monitor stands. This range includes monitors from 15 to 23 inches. With a tilt capacity ranging from -5 to 90 degrees, users can work in the position most comfortable for them. Tilt stands are particularly beneficial for facilitating public access by non-disabled and disabled users.
Replacing AG Neovo touch screens never requires users to change their whole infrastructure. This is because AG Neovo offers a consistent form factor and long product life cycles. Even as technology advances, no change is made to exterior dimensions or design.
A multi-touch screen monitor from AG Neovo uses projected capacitive (PCAP) touchscreen technology. They provide plug-and-play 10-point multi touch capability with excellent precision. These seamless touch senses are identical to those used in smartphones and tablets. Vertical screen installation is supported for TX-10 10-inch monitors and large touch screen displays, including screens 32 inches and above. This allows for the best interactive experience without image distortion.
For embedded touch display solutions, TX-Series IP65 touch screen monitors can be applied to protect against dust and liquid spills. This makes AG Neovo touch displays ideal for high-use, high-traffic areas. That includes public places.
*Not applicable for TM-Series displays
Every project involving touch screens will have its own unique requirements. AG Neovo meets these needs with versatile mounting solutions for touch displays. In addition to the stands included with all monitors, AG Neovo also provides desk mounts, wall mounts, and floor mounts, all featuring VESA mounting patterns to serve various project needs.
For public displays in continuous daily use, damage and image burn-in are often a problem. AG Neovo uses metal casing and 7H tempered glass displays. This gives screens unparalleled durability and scratch-resistance, all without compromising touch sensitivity. Meanwhile, patented Anti-Burn-in™ technology makes it possible to avoid image burn-in.
Restaurants can organize traffic and avoid confusion with self-order kiosks. By placing touch screen kiosks in strategic locations, they can save time for customers and significantly reduce queues.
Check-in kiosks help streamline the check-in process. This applies to customers and employees alike. By keeping customer records electronically, they also help reduce the need for paperwork.
Retail stores can use touch screen digital signage for engaging and interactive advertising. Touch screen displays let customers quickly find product information and check prices and availability.
Wayfinding kiosks can be placed in strategic locations to help customers find their way through less familiar areas. They provide assistance when and where the customer needs it, enabling them to find the product or section they need. This can dramatically increase customer satisfaction, much like product information kiosks.
Meeting room booking touch screens can be used for meeting room management systems. A touch screen interface can display the names of different meeting rooms, their availability and current occupancy, and even provide booking information and applications.
One of the biggest uses for touch screen displays is seen in industrial settings. Touch screens allow workers to control machinery intuitively. This leads to improved operational efficiency thanks to simple interfaces.