Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA) announced it’s shipping the world’s first Windows Collaboration Display (WCD) with Microsoft’s Skype for Business certification. The native 4K 70-inch is integrated with Microsoft Azure Digital Twins to monitor collaboration spaces.
The Sharp Windows Collaboration Display is marketed as the world’s first large-format interactive display to achieve Skype for Business certification. Complete with an integrated camera with a 4K sensor, far-field microphone/speakers and USB-C connectivity, WCD also provides a single connection for additional third-party accessories (external mics, speakers or cameras).
The Sharp Windows Collaboration Display also has built-in sensors that can connect to the Microsoft Azure Digital Twins IoT platform and other commercially available cloud and subscription services. These include the upcoming Sharp Synappx WorkSpaces, as part of a smart building environment.
The 70-inch Sharp Windows Collaboration Display includes Sharp’s “pen-on-paper” experience and a 10-point PCAP capacitive touch surface.
Here are all the specs.
To see a video we shot of the Sharp Windows Collaboration Display at ISE 2019, watch this: