Touch Panel Monitors Used for Paperless Meetings

Eizo global said that its touch monitors are being used in the offices of Daikin Industries, a manufacturer of air-conditioners.

As part of the company’s shift to a paperless meeting system, 59 EIZO FlexScan T1781 touch panel monitors were installed into its Executive Conference Room. Mr. Takao Ichihara of the Corporate Planning Division at Daikin Industries commented about the monitors from EIZO:

“At the time of the system upgrade, touch panel monitors were compared between three companies’ models. During the course of this investigation, we had some of the board members test the proposed models. Rather than choosing a model that felt the same as the models before, they chose what they felt was more ‘evolved’ – EIZO’s touch panel monitors.

Although it has only been two months since the installation, this is our conclusion:

  1. The screen is larger, so you do not have to hold the device close to your face. Although there is a scaling button available, it’s used a lot less compared to the previous monitors.
  2. Light reflection and glare on the screen is greatly reduced, making it easy to see the screen.
  3. The previous touch panel could only be used with a dedicated stylus, but the EIZO touch panel monitors can be operated with fingers as well. And although a stylus is included with each touch panel, I have the impression that members use their fingers a lot.

Therefore we are completely satisfied with the improvement and are no longer faced with the problems of the previous monitors.”

Analyst Comment

Separately, Eizo said that the Royal Observatory of Belgium is using the company’s Colorsense monitors to ensure consistent colour for digitising the observatory’s film archive. (BR)