Samsung business to business displays
Samsung presented its new 'business to business "(B2B) interactive screens at the trade show in ISE (which was held this week in Amsterdam). The displays use the Central Station Technology and a series of LED displays to result in a touch screen system.
Additionally, the manufacturer has submitted its strategic vision to promote the development of displays for the B2B environments. Through partnerships and lateral and vertical relationships, the company seeks to provide the best solutions for their customers to a new era in business demand.
A clear example is Microsoft Surface: a touch screen system that allows users to interact with digital media in various ways.
Microsoft Surface, combined with the display technology from Samsung allows users to share, collaborate and explore using a large and thin screen that recognizes the fingers, hands and other objects that come in contact with it. Users are taking the opportunity at ISE 2011 to experiment with this solution that has PixelSense technology that gives LCD panels to 'see' without the need for cameras