Extron Electronics introduced InfoComm attendees to the new TouchLink, a touchpanel control system designed to handle control needs of rooms with single displays, several displays, or video conferencing. The TouchLink line has three models, including the TLP 700MV model, which has a 7-inch screen, backlit buttons, and a variety of knobs for easy control in the classroom.
Qomo’s QClick QRF900 audience response system has a new interface and an extended range, meaning students can respond to teacher inquiries from up to 300 feet away. The audience response system also has a motion-sensitive mouse and an auto-sleep feature that saves batteries and extends the life of the product, according to the company.
RTI now has a two-way communication system for its handheld touch-screen devices and wall installments. This feature will let teachers and IT officials control devices and monitor feedback from anywhere in a school building. A new graphical user interface lets users easily adjust songs, security alerts, and lighting, the company says.