The newest Mondopad by InFocus maintains all of the original features for business and education markets, but adds important upgrades.
The improved Mondopad features a smaller bezel, allowing for a wider touch area and improved sensitivity across its 55-inch display. The touch capabilities have been improved as well, with the newest version boasting a five-point touchscreen and enhanced application compatibility for current and future software releases.
InFocus has doubled the amount of optical touch sensors in the new Mondopad from two to four for better recognition of touches, gestures and handwriting for one or multiple users. The device comes standard with a solid-state hard drive that operates faster and more reliably than magnetic drives.
The Mondopad also features a digital interactive whiteboard, document annotation, business-class video conferencing and more. It allows users to share, view and control applications for tablets and smartphones, and comes with a full version of Microsoft Office 2010 Suite. Continue reading...