Posted in practice on February 25, 2014 12:02 pm EST

Widescreen Display’s New Dry-Erase Feature Enhances Users’ Collaborative Abilities

Collaboration gets a boost through dry-erase Delta Displays.











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By Church Designer Staff

Delta Products Corp. of Portland, Ore., provider of display technologies, has announced an upgrade to its award-winning WX21 and WX31 displays with a high-performance dry-erase screen. By providing high-quality dry-erase capabilities, Delta’s new WX displays deliver a new level of collaboration for today’s bring-your-own-device (BYOD) environments, such as collaborative meetings between architects, engineers, AVL designers and integrators, and their clients.

Compatible with any dry-erase markers and easily cleaned, the new screen surface converts the WX display into a combination of a super-high resolution display and a whiteboard. The displays are available with viewing and writing areas of up to 203 inches in width. Included on all new WX21 and WX31 models shipped, the dry-erase feature allows users to annotate freely over their shared content for effective collaboration and communication.

“Adding dry-erase capabilities was a logical next step for the WX series displays,” notes Sean Milstead, product marketing manager for Delta Displays. “We continue to evolve the WX series displays to meet our customer’s desires, and look forward to introducing additional enhancements to this and all our products in the coming months.”

In support of the transition for all the existing WX displays, Delta reportedly offers an all-in-one, easy-to-use upgrade kit that will enable customers to seamlessly upgrade to the new dry-erase displays.

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