Ideum releases the ultrathin MT-55 Multitouch Table platform

Posted on Jul 20 2011 - 8:50pm by Thomas Sharp

One good thing about computers is you can see them everywhere, from smartphones and tablets to the massive supercomputers, you can find one anywhere you go. I know all of you are familiar with the term “desktop computer,” you might want to change its definition with the new Ideum MT-55 Platform.

The Ideum MT-55 is a 55-inch tabletop that also serves as a full-HD (1080p) display that has a 5,000,000 : 1 contrast ratio. It is more like a flat screen LCD TV that is laid out flat on top of a coffee table. The MT-55 is powered by an Intel Core i5 processor at 2.66 GHz, has a 128 GB solid state disk drive, and 8 GB of RAM, has Bluetooth and 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity, and has a number of extra ports, like HDMI and USB 2.0, hidden underneath it. The tabletop runs on Windows 7 Professional 64-bit operating system. Its multitouch system can read 32 simultaneous touch inputs with a ±7 millisecond response time.

The frame is made with aircraft grade powder coated aluminum, so you know it’s tough.

This is a little expensive, though. One MT-55 Multitouch Table costs $18,000 (around £12,000), but for all the things that it can do, it is definitely worth it.

An additional $750 (£470), will give you an upgrade to Intel Core i7-620M processor that runs at 3.06 GHz and the solid state storage drive will increase to 256 GB.


via: DesignBuzz

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