Sharp NEC Display Solutions Europe has launched a new Windows Collaboration Display designed for spontaneous meetings in small meeting spaces, including the home. The NEC MultiSync WD551, certified for Microsoft Teams, enables users to connect their own device via the display’s secure USB-C cable and immediately start sharing content or collaborating via video. Any application installed on the user’s notebook can be projected onto the display’s 55in screen, with the ability to switch seamlessly between two users connected via the two built-in 65W USB-C inputs.
The latest PCAP touch technology and optically bonded glass provide a natural writing experience, whether using a finger or one of the two active pens provided, with Windows Ink support and palm rejection to prevent unwanted marks when writing. Integrated IoT sensors gather telemetric data relating to room occupancy, temperature, lighting and air quality, which users will soon be able to manage via the NEC Room Management Service.