Taipei (Taiwan) - Shuttle, the makers of small form factor computers, is showing off an interesting new box that integrates a seven-inch touch panel screen into the front panel of the chassis. The Shuttle D10’s display is primarily meant for showing and controlling closed circuit video feeds, but can also be used to call up Windows applications like Media Player or Internet Explorer.
The touch panel has a resolution of 800 by 480 pixels and includes a full GUI interface. The demonstration unit at Shuttle’s Computex booth was hooked up to cameras covering the surrounding area. The picture was amazingly clear and company reps showed us a full-screen video feed along with a split-screened quad feed.
Shuttle reps told us this system should be available later this year. No pricing has been announced.
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