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Portwell Launches New Compact All-in-One Rugged In-Vehicle Computer with Touchscreen Interface

FREMONT, CALIF. -- July 19, 2011 -- Meeting the demands of in-cabin telematics system devices is a tough job that needs a tough solution. The flimsy plastic casings of consumer-grade computers simply don’t hold up.  Therefore, when American Portwell Technology, Inc., (http://www.portwell.com), purpose-built its new PARD-S071TW compact all-in-one in-vehicle computer, the Company housed it in a ruggedized metal aluminum case for durability and excellent EMI shielding. The PARD-S071TW was also designed with a wide seven-inch 16:9 touchscreen display for easy and convenient operator control as well as a range of embedded operating system choices. Reliable, Flexible, Efficient The PARD-S071TW in-vehicle computer is designed as an all-in-one unit to eliminate complicated system wiring. Its display provides wide-screen touch-enabled functionality that smoothes control and vehicle data monitoring. A fan-less aluminum enclosure eliminates rotating parts, which reduces maintenance and enhances product reliability. The IP65-compliant front faceplate is water and dust sealed to ensure sustainable operation under harsh conditions. Read more via portwell

TouchSystems Announces Addition of TouchSystems TE Open Frame Series

Hutto, TX – July 19, 2011 – TouchSystems, a pioneer in the touch screen industry, announced today the addition of the TouchSystems TE Open Frame Series to its expanding product line. Featuring durability and refined finish, the TE Open Frame Series is engineered for interactive kiosks and public spaces. The TE Open Frame Series offers a resilient design with 5-wire Resistive touch technology, dust and splash proof construction and a variety of mounting options including VESA, perimeter and bezel guided side rails. Designed for high use applications, the TouchSystems TE Open Frame Series utilizes industrial grade components and an A-grade panel assuring a longer life and in return a higher ROI. “The TE Open Frame brings not only durability and functionality to the market but does it in style” said SVP Carol Nordin, “The sleek front bezel, versatile mounting options and plug and play capability makes integration a breeze.” Read more via TouchSystems

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