uWrite Touch release engage wireless LCD which is just a few letters short of a brand tie-in and could be best PC remote control ever. It’s a battery-powered LCD that makes a direct connection to a PC or Mac using a separate adapter and makes video output onto the 10.1-inch, 1024 x 600 wireless and touchable display……
Imagine your laptop or computer turning into a lightweight, touch-screen tablet that you can carry around control applications and annotate over various media.uWrite Touch‘s new Engage WirelessLCD wants to bust out of the digital whiteboard box. Controlling a PC with a full fledged monitor couldn’t be more intuitive. With a battery life of 3.5 hours, you can complete 3 classroom courses or 4 client pitches. An extended battery will be available for purchase if your needs require more endurance. The touchscreen display only has a 1024×600 resolution but this can be augmented by a second display device attached to the host computer.
Engage WirelessLCD solution provides advanced features over the SMART slate, Promethean slate and other wireless solutions.The lightweight design of the Engage WirelessLCD roduct allows for touch-sensitive control using your fingers or any pen/stylus. With the Engage WirelessLCD in hand you can take full control of your PC applications- annotate and highlight over important information. The Engage WirelessLCD amlessly integrates with new or existing technology. Once paired to a PC/MAC that is connected to a projector, you can display your digital content simultaneously. The Engage WirelessLCD is capable of transmitting DVD quality, full motion video wirelessly. Performance dependent on the computer’s video card.
The Certified Wireless USB connection is handled by a small USB transmitter. Not a native plug-n-play device, you will need to use the included driver CD to install the LCD as a display. Effective range should be between 20 and 30 feet depending on physical and wireless interference. This relatively short range will limit its applications to smaller venues. Automatic pairing with the USB transmitter make this device much easier to support than ones that require wireless network connections. Pricing hasn’t been released but this will likely be need to be negotiated in bulk and not be a consumer solution just yet.