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Apr 21, 2011

Ideum Releases MT55 HD Multitouch Table For Hands-on Museum-Goers

Ideum has taken the wraps off the latest addition to its growing family of multitouch tables, with the release of the MT55. The table, originally announced late last month, boasts a handsome 55-inch LCD display, which beams LED-backlit graphics in 1920×1080 HD resolution. As with its predecessors, the MT55's screen comes coated with a 5-mm layer of sturdy, tempered glass, and sits atop a pedestal made of aluminum and steel. Within that pedestal lurks an Intel Quad Core i7 CPU, with 4GB of RAM, a pair of 250GB SATA hard drives, and an NVIDIA Quadro 600 video card. 

The system runs Windows 7 Professional 64-bit, and comes packed with GestureWorks multitouch software for both Flash and Flex. The MT55 also features an integrated Bose Audio system, and can support up to 32 simultaneous touchpoints -- not quite as many as the 50 that its 100-inch counterpart can handle, but definitely enough to enthrall any class of 4th-graders on a field trip to the museum. You can find it here.

11 comments:

=dgrphx= said...

cool shiet

-E- said...

is there a bacterial removal system?

Lemmiwinks said...

nice!

Mike said...

Have had the pleasure of playing around with one of these - Very very cool

Jim said...

Wow, an i7 used for a multitouch table, if only I can get my hands on an i7

Zombie said...

I want that as my dinner table! :D

Skeng said...

Very very cool

goat-on-a-stik said...

that looks quite sexy, do want

biboa said...

wow, this looks serious

Inhia said...

you know some rich fgts have these in the residential home... RAAAAAAAGE

Claude said...

I've used something like this, it was pretty damn cool. The ones I used were aiming to be able to do things such as detecting what was placed on them, like a phone or a can of coke.