Today, we got a chance to see the new ViewSonic EXOdesk. This new interactive touch screen tabletop uses an HTML5-powered interface created by EXOPC. As you can see from the video below, the EXOdesk supports gesture-based control of applications and multi-touch input.
The demo we saw featured a 32-inch screen and was powered by an external PC running on a Core i7 CPU and integrated graphics. The panel supports 10 points of touch with a resolution of 1920x1080. The EXOdesk can be used in a variety of situations including business settings, education, for entertainment, and for media editing.
Some of the applications that are being showcased at CES 2012 include a news reader, reference apps, interactive books, weather, calculator, clock, calendar, media player, and board games. We expect many more applications to come: since EXOPC believes applications will be a huge driving force behind the success of the EXOdesk, the company is planning to invest heavily in application development. Pricing and availability for the EXOdesk have not been announced.
EXOPC EXOdesk, Driven on ViewSonic 32-Inch Multitouch Display
ViewSonic is also showing off its ViewSonic TDi2340 Touch Display and the ViewSonic ViewPad 10Pi tablet. The ViewSonic TDi2340 Touch Display is a 23-inch display with 10-point capacitive touch input. The TDi2340 is based on the latest ARM11 CPU and uses a customized ViewSonic interface that lets you share photos and stream media content wirelessly.
ViewSonic TDI2340 Touch Display
The ViewSonic ViewPad 10Pi features dual cameras for business video conferencing and a 1280x800 IPS display. This is a dual-OS device runs on both Android 2.3 as well as Windows 7 Professional. The ViewPad 10Pi is powered by Intel’s Oak Trail z670 processor. This tablet is expected to be available later this month for about $850.
ViewSonic ViewPad 10Pi Tablet