Computex Roundup

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While many companies had lots to show at Computex, some remained quiet, sharing only a little information – or at least, little relevant to the display industry.

Eyevis focused on the new features of v7.2 of its iChannel software: an on-site digital signage software solution. Features include a playlist editor, widgets and user access permissions for individual zones. In addition, the company highlighted v2.0 of its ePromoter Android software for mobile devices; the eDoorSign Android app for conference rooms; and a new version of the DMP-A Player Android app.

Microsoft showed off some of the first devices from its partners that will be launched with Windows 10. They included Dell‘s XPS 15, with a very slim bezel; HP‘s X2 hybrid, with a magnetic hinge; an unnamed HP tablet; and a Toshiba hybrid, with biometric security and UltraHD display.