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3M Announces Large-Format Multi-Touch Solutions for Interactive Digital Signage at CES 2014

3M Touch Systems Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the 3M Electronic Solutions Division, today announces its latest multi-touch solutions for interactive digital signage applications with these new and innovative products on display at CES 2014

(Booth 30459, South Hall 3):

  • 42” Multi-Touch Display: The 3M Multi-Touch Display C4267PW (42” chassis display) joins 3M’s expanding line up of high-performance multi-touch displays ranging from 18.5” to 46”. With the addition of this 42” multi-touch display, 3M now offers professional A/V customers one of the most diverse projected capacitive display lineups available for interactive digital signage market. The C4267PW display features 3M’s industry-leading projected capacitive (3M PCAP) multi-touch technology, the same type of touch technology featured in smartphones and tablets, that provides users an easy-to-use, intuitive interface and a sleek bezel-free design. In addition, the C4267PW display features a robust commercial-grade chassis, advanced thermal management, and the capability to track up to 60 simultaneous touches at an ultra-fast response time, making it an ideal solution for interactive digital signage and multi-user interactive table top integrations. The C4267PW display will be available for sale in March 2014 from 3M and its authorized distributors, with an MSRP of $5,899. For more information, visit www.3m.com/multitouch.
  • Large-format Multi-Touch Systems: For OEM’s, ODM’s and display integrators interested in developing their own lineup of large-format multi-touch displays, 3M offers its high-performance, projected capacitive multi-touch system (sensor and controller), the 3M Multi-Touch System PCT2420PX, in sizes from 32” to 46”. The PCT2420PX system tracks up to 60 simultaneous touches with ultra-fast response, offers bezel-free, tablet-like integration, and features 3M’s high performance 3M Multi-Touch Controller PX multi-touch electronics. These large-format multi-touch systems (32” to 46”) are now available for sale directly from 3M. For more information, visit www.3m.com/multitouch.
  • Multi-display/Multi-touch Driver: For interactive display walls and other multiple display applications, the 3M Multi-Touch Driver MT7.14 offers Microsoft Windows 7 applications fast and accurate simultaneous multi-touch capabilities that can span across configurations of two or more 3M multi-touch displays. This free, downloadable driver enables multi-touch software developers to create more immersive applications that enable multiple users to simultaneously interact with multiple displays on a display wall without any noticeable touch lag or interference while moving across displays; or allows a single user to use multiple touch screens at one time in a workstation or mission-control environment. 3M Multi-Touch Driver MT7.14 is currently available for download at www.3m.com/multitouch.

“3M is committed to be the industry’s supplier of choice for high performance, large-format multi-touch displays and components,” says Diego Romeu, Global Business Manager, Electronic Solutions Division. “With 25 years experience in capacitive sensing electronics and firmware and a worldwide manufacturing footprint, 3M is ideally positioned to meet the interactive technology and service needs of its global customer base.”

For more than 25 years, 3M Touch Systems, a subsidiary of the 3M Electronic Solutions Division, has been an innovation partner with leading OEMs and ODMs, providing industry-leading touch solutions that have enabled breakthrough product development, and highly engaging features never before imagined.

About 3M Electronics Division and 3M Touch Systems Inc.

The 3M Electronic Solutions Division offers innovative solutions to the global electronics market, such as touch systems and multi-touch displays; static control products; copper interconnect systems; cables and cable assemblies; carrier and cover tapes and trays; flexible circuits; embedded capacitor materials, and test and burn-in sockets. Information about 3M electronics offerings is available at www.3M.com/electronics.

3M Touch Systems Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the 3M Electronic Solutions Division, provides innovative touchscreen systems and display solutions to customers worldwide under the 3M and MicroTouch brands. 3M touch products are commonly used for single-touch and multi-touch applications that include casino gaming, foodservice, hospitality, industrial, interactive digital signage, healthcare, retail point of sale and self-service. Information about 3M touch solutions is available at www.3M.com/touch. Information about 3M Company is available at www.3M.com/about.

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Editors: High-resolution images of 3M Multi-Touch products are available by contacting Tim Holt, [email protected]

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