Pioneer says users can browse the web, view PDF, open MS Office documents, watch videos (WMV only) or view pictures on the display.
The Discussion Table is sized at 1,600mm (W) Ã— 902mm (H) Ã—1,000 mm (D) and weighs 160kg. Pioneer plans to start selling the best in Japan in July for about $37,000.
US$37,000. That’s some serious money. Here are the specifications for the Pioneer WWS-DT101 Discussion Table:
- 52-inch display
- 1920×1080 pixel format
- Intel Core i7 950 CPU
- 6GB of memory
- Wi-Fi module
- 2 sub-display ports
- 2 USB ports
- PFU Scan Snap support
- TransferJet support
- DVI, HDMI ports
- 7.5 Wï¼ˆ8Î©Ã—2) speakers
- SCHEDA (collaboration desktop software pre-installed)
- VisualSync (software for connecting to iOS devices)
- OS: Windows 7
I’ve never seen Windows 7 so responsive!