Law Enforcement

Touch Screen Display


July 14, 2016 - Products

The Havis Touch Screen Display (Part Number TSD-101) is an 11.6-inch high-resolution (1366-by-768) screen for police and other mobile workers that displays data from rear-mounted mobile computers.

The capactive display enables multi-touch two-finger gestures such as pinch, zoom, and activate. It offers a night mode of red monochrome to reduce eye strain. Two 2.0W integrated stereo speakers allow for sound directly from computing device.

Ports include HDMI and USB to interface with a user's computer. The USB input is located at the bottom for easier accessibility. Cables are included. Embedded mounting hardware that's built into chassis allows landscape or portrait mode.

The display can attach to optional C-DMM-2000 Series dash monitor mounts or can be attached to any mount with VESA 75 hole pattern.

The screen retails for $1,224.39.

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