CTL is proud to announce that their new AIO PC will be on display in booth number 62009 in the Las Vegas Hotel at the 2013 International CES January 8-11. TransluSense, manufacturer of the Cleartouch® keyboard, has selected CTL’s XA770T AIO PC to display with their innovative customizable keyboards and trackpads. TransluSense’s cutting edge Cleartouch technology features design skins that allow users to customize their keyboard and trackpad layouts with sliders and buttons. Cleartouch keyboards and trackpads are built with LED lights inside that can easily change color, a rechargeable battery, and Bluetooth and wireless functions. To learn more about these products, visit www.translusense.com.
CTL is excited for this opportunity to be displayed alongside TransluSense’s innovative Cleartouch product line. The CTL XA770T AIO was chosen to represent the latest in All-in-One PC technology, and features a sleek, elegant design with a 12mm profile, removable aluminum l-stand, and HD720p webcam with dual array digital microphone. Built for end users or integrators, the XA770T utilizes the Thin Mini iTX L5 standard, making these AIO PCs highly configurable. These AIOs support Celeron, Intel i-3 or i-5 processors, up to 4GB RAM, and have the option of a 250, 500, or 2TB hard drive. The XA770 and XA770T models have a frameless smooth glass bezel and a stunning 21.25’’ edge-to-edge 1920×1080 HD IPS wide viewing angle LED panel. Look for the XA780 and XA780T (touch) 24’’ AIO PCs in early 2013 at ctl.net!
International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) is the world’s largest consumer technology tradeshow and is owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA). CEA is the preeminent trade association promoting growth in the $195 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry. International CES is an annual event that reaches across global markets, bringing together manufacturers, developers, and suppliers of consumer technology hardware, content, technology delivery systems and related products and services.
The first International CES took place in New York City in June of 1967 with 200 exhibitors and 17,500 attendees. Since then, CES has grown more than ten-fold, and has been the stage for exciting technology debuts including the VCR (1970), CD player (1981), HDTV (1998), Plasma TV (2001), Blu-Ray DVD (2003), Tablets, Netbooks and Android Devices (2010), and Internet Connected TV (2011).