NY State BOCES Chooses New Interactive TouchIT Screens for The Classroom

TouchIT LED Display

We’ve developed what we think is the ultimate interactive flat panel for the education marketplace, backed up by unparalleled support for the customer

Corning Painted Post is the latest school district in New York State to implement TouchIT Technologies interactive LED displays. Corning Painted Post is a diverse PreK-12 school district located in Steuben County, NY including six elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. After thorough testing and evaluation, the new TouchIT Technology “Y” series Interactive LED Display was selected as the preferred classroom A/V solution. With built-in Android operating system, 4K resolution, BOCES contract pricing, and unrivaled factory support these products are the best choice for New York State schools. Units are currently en route and will be installed as the current school year ends.

TouchIT products include their own free software but can be used with any software for touchscreen displays. They are compatible with systems currently using Smart Notebook and will work seamlessly with this software. TouchIT products will also work seamlessly with Chromebooks in both directions. These TouchIT products address the issues commonly associated with interactive displays, including poor image quality, bad projector lamps and filters, and obsolete interactive board technologies.

“We’ve developed what we think is the ultimate interactive flat panel for the education marketplace, backed up by unparalleled support for the customer,” said President of TouchIT Technologies Ronnie Murphy. “We’re excited to be able to offer [these products] to New York State BOCES through our partner 3Delivers.”

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