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The newest Clevertouch display: the UX Pro Edge

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Introducing the new UX Pro Edge – the latest addition to the Clevertouch lineup of interactive displays for business. This display offers a new level of collaboration for your workspace. Interact with others in a way that’s more efficient and cooperative. The Clevertouch UX Pro Edge display, boasts a number of revolutionary features in order to elevate your experience in the office.

The UX Pro Edge is available in multiple sizes, including 65”, 75” and 86”, each with a 4K resolution to ensure that your picture is always clear and vibrant. Featuring a built-in Sony camera, which has a 90-degree field of view with advanced voice and face tracking features, boosting your Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Google meetings to the next level. In addition to this, sound is delivered clearly through an immersive audio design through front-mounted 2x 20W speakers and 2x 10W subwoofers. Complete with an Android 13 operating system, integrated NFC/RFID, and built-in quick launch digital buttons, this interactive display offers a stunning and easy way to collaborate with people both in your workspace and over video.

Want to screen share? Not a problem! This display comes with a CleverShare USB-C dongle, which allows you to switch between your device and the display, making it easier than ever to share content from one device to another. You can easily swap between Android and PC mode, or simply turn off Android mode if it’s not needed, making the UX Pro Edge a flexible solution for your workspace, whether you’re a Windows or Android user.

The Clevertouch UX Pro Edge, features many interactive options that allow you to level up teamwork in the office. The display is EDLA certified, so all of Google’s leading apps, including Google Drive, Sheets and Chrome can all be accessed directly from the screen. In addition to this, the UX Pro Edge gives you full access to all apps in the Google Play Store, unlocking a number of applications to integrate into your workplace. Not only this, but EDLA ensures that your device is guarded by advanced security, protecting against unauthorised access, cyber-attacks, data loss and much more, for peace of mind and stay focused on collaboration rather than potential security issues.

This device also boasts a natural writing experience, making it feel almost like pen-to-paper. The UX Pro Edge comes with a passive pen, which requires no charging, so you to write without running out of battery mid-sentence. The precision eraser easily removes any mistakes or notes using the eraser, palm, or a finger. In addition to this, this device has palm rejection, ensuring that any unwanted touches or interactions do not affect the content on the board, by only picking up deliberate actions such as writing, erasing, or doodling rather than leaning on the board. The UX Pro Edge is also equipped with antibacterial glass, allowing it to be used by multiple users without needing to worry about the spread of germs between people.

There is also the option to customise your home page, so you can personalise it as much as you wish. The Clevertouch UX Pro Edge also features a built-in award-winning digital signage platform, enabling you to present a variety of content to colleagues, visitors or other users.

The new Clevertouch UX Pro Edge has it all, from customisation options, advanced security protocols and Google accessibility. If this sounds like something you would like to integrate into your workspace, then contact us!

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