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    Iiyama launches TF6537UHSC - B1AG 65-inch 4K touchscreen

    The IPS panel uses Projective Capacitive (PCAP) 50-point touch technology.
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    Re: Iiyama launches TF6537UHSC - B1AG 65-inch 4K touchscreen

    Bit strange that this TV has RS232 and RJ45. Pretty sure it'd be way out of my price league - although one can dream I guess about Windows10 on something that size.

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    Re: Iiyama launches TF6537UHSC - B1AG 65-inch 4K touchscreen

    I'm no expert, but do I really want a touch screen physically larger than the span of my arms? Doesn't seem to very practical if you ask me. Using it would be a work out in itself.
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    Re: Iiyama launches TF6537UHSC - B1AG 65-inch 4K touchscreen

    Might be good for more productivity related work where you need a lot of people to see, presentations or something.

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    Re: Iiyama launches TF6537UHSC - B1AG 65-inch 4K touchscreen

    75hz 65" 4k screen... very interesting.

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    Re: Iiyama launches TF6537UHSC - B1AG 65-inch 4K touchscreen

    Quote Originally Posted by cptwhite_uk View Post
    I'm no expert, but do I really what a touch screen physically larger than the span of my arms? Doesn't seem to very practical if you ask me. Using it would be a work out in itself.
    "designed for Interactive Digital Signage, Instore Retail, Kiosks and Interactive Presentations"... "capable of simultaneously sensing 50 points of touch"

    My guess is that this panel is intended to be used by more than one person simultaneously.

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    Re: Iiyama launches TF6537UHSC - B1AG 65-inch 4K touchscreen

    At £5,758.68 its definitely designed for the retail or business market!

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    Re: Iiyama launches TF6537UHSC - B1AG 65-inch 4K touchscreen

    "Zero Bezel design"?
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    Re: Iiyama launches TF6537UHSC - B1AG 65-inch 4K touchscreen

    Investing in the right tech like interactive digital signage today will put network owners and their businesses on the most productive path in the years to come.

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