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Pre-Order Your MultiTouch 84-Inch 4K Interactive Display, Play Massive Angry Birds

It’s not really enough to have just a giant TV anymore. It might not even be enough to have either a touchscreen or a 4K display either. You want both and you want it to be massive. And MultiTouch wants to satiate those desires for you.

The company is now accepting pre-orders on its positively monstrous MultiTaction 84-inch interactive display. They’re saying it’s the world’s first fully integrated 4K resolution display of its kind. The multi-touch module can be set up like a table, not unlike the original Microsoft Surface tables that everyone seems to have forgotten, or it could be used as a vertical display as shown here. If you want to go even bigger, it can be combined with more units to create a multi-touch wall of interactive displays.

The 84-incher has a total weight of 287 pounds and it measures 75.2 x 43.3 x 7.9 inches. It’s fronted by 5mm of tempered glass and features a system of 72 cameras. Inputs are by way of HDMI or DVI for 4K content and the display itself has 500 nit brightness. And yes, it’s all multi-touch. If you want to go smaller, the company already has MuliTaction Cell Displays in 42-inch, 46-inch and 55-inch flavors.

Pre-orders are being taken now for the MT840UHD 84-incher with production expected to start in the middle of next year. Pricing is not yet available.



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