LG have recently launched three IR-based Interactive Digital Boards, available in 65″, 75″, and 86″ models.

The new Digital Interactive Boards combine IPS panels and IR touch technology for a responsive high-definition experience. They offer a genuine touch and writing experience with up to 20 simultaneous multi-touch points and two types of available stylus pens. The UHD displays are four times sharper than Full HD screens, also feature palm erasing, which allows users to easily and quickly erase text, drawings, and pictures with a swipe of their hand as if they were using an eraser on a chalkboard. Audio content is delivered through two built-in 12-watt speakers.


In addition to allowing users to host interactive meetings, the displays allow screen sharing with laptops and mobile devices. All three displays all search through Chrome web browser in Android OS and can be integrated with select Android and Note Apps.

The pressure-sensitive Active Pen enables writing in a more natural and detailed way, strokes can be thick or thin and handwriting can be reproduced perfectly, while up to 20 finger multi-touch points can be used simultaneously. Offering a user-friendly experience, the 86″ Interactive Digital Board is USB-C Type ready and provides audio, video, and power all in one, making it quick and easy to connect to other devices for smarter meetings.

The 86″ Interactive Display Application introduces an intuitive user interface with a simpler launcher menu, easy control center, and a virtually seamless toolbar.

According to Clark Brown, the vice president of digital signage, LG Electronics USA Business Solutions, “LG is constantly looking to develop digital solutions that businesses and schools can use to improve collaboration and information sharing. Our new IR and In-Cell touch models address the needs of various vertical markets with affordability and advanced functionality.”

Overall, with enhanced classroom and meeting room support, the new 65″, 75″ and 85″ interactive digital boards can connect up to 30 students or participants and support interactive meetings for virtually all types of mobile devices on the same network, offering specialized tools such as voting, questionnaires, and literature-sharing.



*Adapted from avnetwork.com