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Smart Touch-Screen TV Launched

A new touch-screen smart TV ideally suited for dialysis clinics and other healthcare applications was introduced by LG Business Solutions.

The 15-inch personal healthcare display (model 15LU766A) is designed so patients can experience interactive and engaging content, while offering healthcare providers a flexible platform that’s easily installed, managed and maintained, according to Tom Mottlau, healthcare director at LG Electronics USA, which dominates the U.S. healthcare TV market.

The LG 15LU766A offers convenience, connectivity and more options and services. For example, LG’s Pro:Centric® Direct interactive TV platform allows system integrators virtually unlimited application design options while providing the health care providers and patients access to pre-loaded apps and new streaming services.

Personalized interactive services are enabled by the TV’s multi-touch screen, Quad-core processor and webOS operating system, the optimal platform for patient engagement providers. This touch screen recognizes the presence of more than two points of contact with the surface, allowing more users to experience interactive services and entertainment.

The Full HD display delivers crisp picture quality with 400 nits of brightness. The IPS screen is designed to deliver excellent picture quality from virtually any angle, while the 15LU766A’s “Instant On” feature allows immediate TV power-on and picture display for additional user convenience.

The 15LU766A is UL hospital-grade listed for use in dialysis clinics and other multi-tap-powered healthcare facilities. It can be used as a stand-alone display or arm-mounted and comes with an adaptor that fits most existing arm mounts in addition to the option of being mounted to a VESA standard arm. The 15LU766A comes with a conventional power supply for stand-alone applications.

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