Sharp has introduced a new a 4K interactive Windows collaboration display, developed in partnership with Microsoft, which also features a sensor array to monitor items such as room temperature and humidity.
Sharp’s first Windows collaboration display (WCD) at ISE, the next generation of interactive displays designed to support and improve team work. The 70” 4K display meets Microsoft WCD specifications, combining Sharp’s award-winning touch technology with sensors for a smarter workspace.
USB-C and wireless connections make the device quick to connect to, eliminating delays when starting a meeting or when switching between different presenters’ devices. The display has been designed to work with the familiar Microsoft tools that organisations will already be using across their workforce, for example, Office 365.