Sharp PN-75HC1 75″ Interactive Touchscreen

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Screen Size 75 Inch
Market Education / Corporate
Colour Black
Resolution 3,840 x 2,160
Aspect ratio 16:9
HDMI 3
Contrast ratio (typical) 1,200:1
Display brightness 400 cd/m2
Response time 8 ms
Number of Touch Points 20
Speakers 2 x 10W
Compatible with VESA-wall mounting system 600 x 400 mm
Dimensions W x D x H 1,738 x 105 x 1,036 mm
Weight 61 Kg

Carriage exc VAT £20

Description

Sharp’s 4K BIG PAD PN-75HC1 has been developed for classrooms or higher education campuses as well as meeting rooms and workspaces. Building on Sharp’s expertise in advanced smart interactive display solutions, the PN-75HC1 offers flexible and fast application access with its integrated SoC Controller PC functionality.

Offering the latest on-screen collaboration capabilities with affordable price performance, Sharp’s latest 75 ”BIG PAD interactive display can help you enhance communication and create the best environment for effective collaboration.

The generous 4K UHD 75 “touchscreen display lets you create and collaborate with ease and precision, whether in a classroom or a meeting room. Everyone is engaged and stays focused, so you’ll never have to worry about trying to keep their attention.

Powerful, flexible and cost-effective, the latest Sharp 4K BIG PAD PN-75HC1 provides an outstanding platform with easy connectivity via VGA and HDMI inputs to either boost collaboration, enhance audience impact, or simply increase lesson effectiveness.

The main presenter or teacher is always in control because of the comprehensive bezel of buttons available, such as Freeze Frame, or security display Lock, and Input Select for the management of the various content sources.

The acclaimed, smart and intuitive SHARP Pen Software works with the bundled passive stylus to open up new ways for brainstorming, sharing ideas and enhancing the collaboration experience.

Finally, further powerful application and feature enhancement opportunities exist through the OPS slot extension.