Sharp launches Touch Display Link 2.0
Sharp Europe has announced an updated version of its meeting support application, Touch Display Link 2.0.
It connects a Sharp Big Pad collaborative touch screen to up to 50 mobile devices on the same network including Apple, Android and Windows PC devices. Devices need to be on the same network, but can be used remotely.
Touch Display Link allows for screen sharing and file transfer between Big Pad, tablets and smart phones, and lets users control Big Pad remotely, including using its handwriting tool. Users can write on Big Pad, through their device, by accessing its Pen Software. Big Padlets up to four users write simultaneously, using wirelessly connected touch pens.