The iDisplay tablets are driven by Freescale i.MX 6 platforms comprising 1.0 GHz dual core or 1.2 GHz quad core ARM Cortex A9 processors, supported by multiple GPUs providing 3D graphics.

1 or 2 GB of 64-bit DDR3 SDRAM is provided, as well as 8 or 16 GB internal Flash memory expandable with micro-SD cards. The smaller screen sizes have capacitive touch screens while the larger have SAW technology. Audio codecs and 2 x 2W speakers are provided. Communications channels include Bluetooth, WiFi, wired Ethernet and 3G/4G LTE as well as GPS.

Integrators can enhance the tablets’ interactive functionality by choosing from a range of cable-free modules, collectively known as add-ons, which clip to either side of the tablets. Initial offerings will support retail and healthcare functions such as NFC Engagement, Card Readers, Push Buttons and Motion Sensors.

Built-in playback software is also available, and GPS communication supports location-based advertising and device tracking.

Installation is made via a VESA mounting system and hidden control panels, which systems designers can help build these tablets into wall panels, kiosks or other application-specific enclosures, or mount them as standalone units using andersDX’s choice of fixtures including counter stands, floor stands, wall- and shelf-mounting brackets and table brackets.

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