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SHARP Launch New 4K Interactive Displays

SHARP Australia has launched its brand new HC1 4K BIG PAD interactive display series, which is aimed for educational institutions and for corporate training environments.

The BIG PAD HC1 range offers a choice of 70”, 75” and 86” 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) displays with various connection options, including USB, HDMI and wireless.

The new HC1 series is now available from the SHARP website and from selected retailers.

The 4K resolution and SHARP touch technology enables high resolution reading and highly responsive Pen-on-Paper writing in fine detail, making the range perfect for lectures in Universities and at corporate training centres.

For maximum ease-of-use, this new range comes with built-in whiteboard and annotation functions, as well as infrared touch technology with a 125Hz Touch Sampling rate.

Users can easily add on-screen annotations or graphics directly onto photos, videos, PDFs and common Microsoft with the bundled SHARP Pen software (to be installed on Windows PC).

The SHARP Pen software also allows multiple users up to 10-point multi-touch for the 70” model and up to 20-point multi-touch for the 75” and 86” models to write on the same screen at the same time, to help conduct an interactive and engaging teaching or training session.

The HC1 series displays have front terminals and buttons for lecturers to access teaching materials or other content stored on sources connected via HDMI and USB easily.

These user-friendly features ensure teachers and trainers are not distracted by the technology so they can focus on delivering the best in-class experience to their students.

Each HC1 series display is also equipped with a wireless adapter to allow seamless screen-sharing with any smart Windows and Android mobile device.

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