Viewsonic IFP6550 interactive whiteboard 165.1 cm (65") 3840 x 2160 pixels Touchscreen BlackSKU: IFP6550
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Description :65", 3840 x 2160, 350 cd/m², 16:9, 8 ms, ARM Quad Core Cortex A53, 1.2 GHz, 2 Gb internal memory, 16 Gb storage, Built-in speaker 16 W x 2, 3 x HDMI, 1 x VGA, 1 x Displayport, Android 5.1
Viewsonic IFP6550. Display diagonal: 165.1 cm (65"), Display brightness: 350 cd/m², Display resolution: 3840 x 2160 pixels. Processor frequency: 1.2 GHz. Ethernet LAN data rates: 10,100 Mbit/s. Panel mounting interface: 400 x 600 mm. Power consumption (typical): 350 W, Power consumption (standby): 0.5 W, AC input voltage: 100 - 240 V
Featuring 4K Ultra HD resolution and an immersive 20-point touch screen, the ViewSonic® ViewBoard® IFP6550 delivers incredible collaborative capabilities for 21st century boardrooms and classrooms. With astonishing 20-point simultaneous touch capabilities and pre-installed ViewSonic vBoard® annotation software, this 65” interactive flat panel lets multiple users write or draw on the screen with their fingers and styluses. With a built-in quad-core processor, as well as versatile connectivity options including multiple HDMI, VGA, RS232, RJ45, and USB ports, this display provides powerful computing for annotation and multimedia playback without the need for a PC. This Energy Star certified display delivers optional slot-in PC capability for more computing-intensive interactive applications. The IFP6550 features a VESA-compatible design and can be placed on a wall mount, or on an optional trolley cart for flexible installation in classrooms and corporate meeting rooms.
Ultra HD Resolution
With four-times the resolution of Full HD, this Ultra HD 3840x2160 display delivers a breathtaking viewing experience with immersive images that are vibrant, clear, and as large as life.
20-point Multi-touch Interactive Screen
With a 20-point touch-enabled panel, this display encourages multiple users to simultaneously write or draw on the display's surface using styluses or their fingers – or both at the same time.
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