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B&R Industrial: Multi-touch panel PCs

Multi-touch panels open up new dimensions for innovative HMI design.
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There are numerous gestures that might be used in an application: 

Zooming in and out and rotating objects with two fingers, scrolling lists (panning) and switching to the next screen with a quick swipe (flick). The main advantage of multi-touch technology is how it makes operation more intuitive. It also provides an effective method of preventing operating errors, simply by requiring two-hand gestures for critical or potentially dangerous operations.



B&R's full range of Panel PC 910 processors ­ from the single-core Celeron® up to the quad-core Core i7 ­ provide a versatile selection of CPU performance levels to make it the best platform for any application.

Highlights:

  • 3rd generation Intel® Core™ i-series processors
  • Projected capacitive multi-touch screen
  • Displays from 12.1" SVGA to 21.5" Full HD
  • 2 x Gigabit Ethernet | 2 x RS232 | 4 x USB 3.0
  • High Definition Audio
  • HDD/SSD
  • 2 modular interfaces
  • Integrated UPS o Up to 2 PCI / PCI Express slots
  • High-quality design
  • Anti-glare glass
  • Excellent gliding properties
  • Scratch-resistant surface
  • Easy to clean
  • Gloved operation possible
  • Slim design

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