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Albatron launches 42-inch optical touch monitor
Press release, October 23; Yvonne Yu, DIGITIMES [Monday 26 October 2009]

Albatron Technology has released a 42-inch Albatron optical touch monitor amid the launch of Windows 7.

Adopting optical touch technology that put a camera on the screen above left and right to detect the movement of fingers, the monitor has no problem with the limit of touch panel size.

The Albatron 42-inch monitor features 16:9 screen ratio and supports HDMI with high-definition resolution (1920x1080). The monitor also features 120Hz frame rate. With USB, RS232C, DVI and D-sub and other output ports, the Albatron monitor can connect PC for video and images.

Albatron 42-inch OTM panel specification

Specification

Masurement

Detail

Panel

inch

TFT-LCD

Size

pixel

42" diagonal

Resolution

mm

1920*1080 pixels

Pixel pitch

mm

0.4845 (H)*0.4845(V)

Active area

16:09

Brightness

cd/m2

700cd/m2 (typical)

Contrast ratio

1000:1 (typical)

Response time

ms

9 ms (Tr+Tf)(typical)

Viewing angle

Degree

89/89/89/89 (CR>=10)

Source: Company, compiled by Digitimes, October 2009

Albatron 42 optical touch monitor

Albatron 42-inch optical touch monitor
Photo: Company

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