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Hitachi Introduces PXDUO-65P Interactive Plasma Overlay, Bringing DUO Technology And Increased Functionality To Displays

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– PXDUO-65P Transforms Plasma Display Into An Interactive Multi-Touch Screen –

CHULA VISTA, California, November 23, 2009 – Hitachi Software Engineering America, Ltd., today introduced its new interactive plasma overlay PXDUO-65P, bringing revolutionary interactive technology to broader markets and applications., The plasma overlay transforms a normal plasma display into an interactive multi-touch screen, allowing users to control and navigate applications with their finger, electronic pen, or other object.

Featuring a large 65-inch viewing area, the plasma overlay brings unparalleled visual performance and quality to any environment. The interactive overlay uses Hitachi’s DUO technology to create a fast and accurate touch response that allows two users to interact simultaneously. The PXDUO is ideal for boardrooms, distance learning and videoconferences. The user can operate the application with their finger or an object, in addition to the included 3-button electronic pen. The three buttons on the electronic pen can be used to customize mouse functionality as desired.

Exceptionally durable, the plasma overlay can handle even the toughest presentation environments with all electronics contained in a replaceable component. The PXDUO-65P also features 16 function buttons, with 14 of the buttons being customizable, making it highly adaptable to the specific needs of each user and their specific environment. This versatility, combined with the included software from Hitachi’s award-winning StarBoard, enables presenters to run and annotate computer applications or digital video right on the plasma screen.

“For users looking to deliver the most dynamic and interactive presentations, the PXDUO-65P offers all the benefits of Hitachi’s groundbreaking DUO technology and industry leading StarBoard software. With the plasma overlay, you no longer need a projector and an interactive whiteboard to experience the outstanding functionality and features,? stated John Glad, product manager, Hitachi America, Ltd.

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