Product Releases - Sharp Windows Collaboration Displays

When ideas are flowing you need to be able to work quickly and intuitively, without having to struggle with the technology.

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Sharp’s Windows Collaboration Display (WCD) is a next generation 4K 70” interactive display that enables better space utilisation and more productive collaboration in meetings, boardrooms, training rooms, technical reviews and almost anywhere else.

Walk in, plug in and work together

Setting up the technology needed for a meeting can be very time consuming and frustrating. But you simply ‘plug and play’ with the Sharp Windows Collaboration Display. It is so simple to walk into a room, plug in your device and start working together straightaway. Just connect with the 8m long USB-C cable and it automatically switches to the right input for whatever information you want to display. You’re instantly ready to start your meeting – saving up to 10 minutes* trying to set up connections. This single USB-C connector, which is also used with the latest Windows and Apple Mac notebooks, provides high-speed, high-bandwidth data transfer for multiple functions, including 4K Video, Internet network and application data. And it can also provide power for attached mobile devices. However, for added flexibility, a wireless connection is included for lower bandwidth data transfer and any hardware without a USB-C connection can still use the full functionality of the Windows Collaboration Display using a HDMI and USB-B cable.

* Total Economic Impact™ Study, Forrester Consulting, February 2016.

Better places to meet

Creating a comfortable environment in your meeting rooms pays real dividends in terms of helping people concentrate and improving productivity. Sharp’s Windows Collaboration Display has in-built sensors that can connect to the Microsoft Azure Digital Twins IoT platform, and other commercially available cloud services, enabling a smart building environment. Azure is a powerful, managed cloud service that acts as a central data store and can provide additional data processing intelligence. By collecting and analysing real-time data from across the digital and physical worlds, it automatically detects meeting room usage, monitors ambient conditions and helps with optimisation of space utilisation once connected to a smart building back-end system.

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To learn more about Sharp Windows Collaboration Display speak to one of the team today!

You can also download the Brochure here