Wacom DTU-2231 Interactive Pen Display

Wacom showcased the company’s latest interactive pen displays for digital content creation.
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Wacom DTU-2231 Interactive Pen Display

May 24, 2011 3:24 PM

Wacom DTU-2231

Wacom showcased the company’s latest interactive pen displays for digital content creation, video editing, telestration, and presentation at NA B. From the boardroom to the classroom, the widescreen, high-definition DTU-2231 offers pen-point control and integrates with applications such as Microsoft PowerPoint. By combining the DTU’s natural, pen-on-screen capabilities with the new preconfigured radial menu option, education and presentation users gain valuable annotation and mark-up capabilities. More recently, the product was used in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences’ classrooms at the University of Arkansas, providing instructors with a much-needed screen annotation tool. Price: $1,899

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