Projected capacitive technology
Unlimited touch points
Bezel-less, full glass front
Sub-millimeter touch precision
1920 x 1080 HD resolution
Built-in color correction
Ultra-low latency touch response
Active stylus support
120 Hz frame rate for display and touch sensor
Integrates with conference room control systems
The perfect size for teams or individuals
Completing Perceptive Pixel’s line-up of projected capacitive (pro-cap) displays, our new 55" LCD Multi-Touch Display offers a sleek all-glass front and a trim 2.5" profile as well as the same high-impact, full HD resolution as our 82" model. For unsurpassed performance, the unit features a 120 Hz display and the company’s advanced low latency touch processing. This robust display is sized to give you the flexibility to deploy it in a variety of settings from solo projects to crucial presentations to group brainstorming sessions. Whether mounted on the wall or on a moveable stand, our 55" display is a powerful, flexible, multi-touch workstation.
Multi-touch like no other
We set the standard for true multi-touch. Our 55" LCD multi-touch displays detect an unlimited number of simultaneous touches, so you can work independently or in a group setting. Near-zero parallax and ultra-low latency combine to deliver a natural touch experience that feels right. Whatever you touch moves precisely when and where you want it to—without hesitation. With our 55" interactive multi-touch displays, your opportunities are as limitless as your touch points.
Supports simultaneous pen & touch interaction
Our entire line of pro-cap displays supports the Perceptive Pixel active stylus for on-screen workflows that emulate familiar pen and paper interaction. You can work fluidly on screen with both the stylus and your hands without the need to toggle between input modes. Our 55" pro-cap display detects an unlimited number of fingers and up to three stylus inputs simultaneously, and our innovative controller technology flawlessly differentiates styluses from fingers while tracking input from each stylus separately and eliminating false touches.
Our touch sensor extends beyond the active display area for expanded touch interaction. The overscan area ensures that touches register even at the extreme edge of the active display area. Programmers can use the Perceptive Pixel API to create additional functionality such as hidden menus within the overscan area.