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Sharp launches new 20-inch Full HD multi-touch monitor
Press release; Alex Wolfgram, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 23 July 2013]

Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics, has announced the release of a new 20-inch (19.5" diagonal) Full HD multi-touch monitor, the LL-S201A.

The LL-S201A features Sharp's Interactive Display System and is ideal for use in business, medical and education environments as a complement to the AQUOS BOARD display, said Sharp.

The 20-inch touchscreen LCD panel delivers 1,920 by 1,080 Full HD resolution with performance-enhancing UV2A technology to help prevent light leakage for bright whites and deep blacks.

It also features a 10-point multi-touch screen and Palm Cancellation Function, which Sharp said can prioritize the touch of the pen over the touch of peoples' hands in order to provide smooth writing while the hand rests on the screen.

The LL-S201A weighs 5.1 pounds, is approximately 1-inch thick, and features a narrow half-inch bezel along with a full-flat screen, said Sharp.

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