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Mobile Display Operates on Single USB Cable

Wed, 07/13/2011 - 9:43am
ikeyiKey, a world leader in premium input devices, announced the release of a compact, flat-panel display powered by a single USB cable. “iKey’s newest flat panel display is designed for outstanding performance in many applications, including mobile, industrial and point-of-sale,” Dave Huddleston, operations manager at iKey, said. “Many of our customers need a small flat panel that functions on only one USB cable which includes power and video.”

Manufactured to iKey’s high quality standards, the FP10-USB is a 10.4-inch flat panel display built into a slim polycarbonate case. With an operating temperature of 0C to +40C, the FP10-USB is ideal for mobile applications, including forklift and in-vehicle use.

“The FP10-USB can be used as secondary or duplicatedisplay option with the USB driver provided,” Huddleston said. “Because of its compact size and portability, it is an ideal backup for critical system components.”

Designed for point-of-applications, including retail cash register and restaurant use, the FP10-USB can also be used in patient rooms, mobile workstations and front desks in medical environments. This 2-pound display has a small footprint of 9.43” x 7.54” x 1.42” (w-h-d), and has a VESA mounting pattern for easy integration into most solutions. In addition, the 230-nit LED backlighting has a life of 70,000 hours.

Proving to be energy efficient by, using less than 2.5 watts of power, the FP10-USB has a 600:1 contrast ratio, requires no additional video card and boasts an 800 x 600 resolution. The robust, ABS polycarbonate case is built to withstand tough conditions and continuous operation. The FP10-USB is compatible with major mobile computer solutions, and provides an excellent threepiece solution when paired with one of iKey’s rugged mobile keyboards.

For more information about the FP10-USB, or any of iKey’s other products, visit www.ikey.com or call 512-837-0283.

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