In general, touchscreens are either resistive or capacitative. The former is great for styli and the latter is great for fingers. Sharp's Aquos Board works with styli and fingers simultaneously. Oh, and it's massive.
Sharp's no stranger to making huge displays. It already has a whopping 70-inch 3D TV and is the fastest growing TV brand in the 60-inch and up market.
Now it's got an 80-inch touchscreen display with a full 1080p HD display running on Windows 7.
Perfect for teachers and designers, Sharp believes the Aquos Board is the "ultimate collaborations tool" that'll take whiteboards into the 21st century.
Interested parties can pick an Aquos Board by the end of February for $13,795.
Posted on location at CES 2012 in Las Vegas.
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