The Newline FLEX is a small office, home office appliance set to be in stock early Q1 2021.
ALLEN, TEXAS (December 1, 2020) –Newline Interactive, a leading provider of quality interactive touch displays and collaboration solutions, announced today the release of its first desktop collaboration solution, Newline FLEX.
The Newline FLEX is a versatile all-in-one touch monitor designed for desktop collaboration. Phones, tablets, and many other smart devices are intuitively touch and collaborative, it’s time for the desktop to join the party. The desktop appliance will eliminate desk clutter from cables and peripheral devices, and streamline interactive collaboration in the small office, home office, and school office settings.
The 27” desktop monitor is an all-in-one collaboration appliance with capacitive touch, full device touchback capability with palm rejection, USB Type C connectivity with power, and an active stylus. End users will be able to use Newline FLEX in conjunction with their current devices via USB Type C, instantly adding interactive functionality to their workday away from their large format interactive panel. As with all Newline products, the Newline FLEX will be non-proprietary, working with all UC software clients and is easily customizable.
“As the name suggests, Newline FLEX is a unique solution with flexible features and can be flexible enough to fit any market. Flex was purposely designed to meet the needs of the ever-changing work environment during the pandemic we are all still living through,” said Chris Bradford, President and Co-Founder of Newline Interactive.
Newline FLEX is expected to be in stock and ready to ship early 2021. Find out more information and how to place an order for the Newline FLEX.
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Headquartered in Allen, Texas, Newline Interactive is a leading supplier of interactive touch screens and innovative software that increases productivity and enables collaboration. Newline Interactive develops products that help organizations in a wide range of vertical markets including financial services, education, healthcare, law enforcement, manufacturing, municipalities, and legal services.