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ViewSonic Hanvon is showcasing a whole series of pen-based entry devices at CeBIT 2017, including the innovative PD1611 for paper-free workflow solutions with an e signature option for business use.

08 Feb. 2017
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ViewSonic, the U.S. company with the striking Gouldian finches logo, is one of the world’s leading suppliers of consumer electronics and communications and IT solutions. The joint venture it launched in 2013 with Hanvon – a Chinese developer of handwriting-recognition hardware solutions and software – spawned the ViewSonic Hanvon Touch Technology Corporation, which is exhibiting a whole series of pen-based entry devices at CeBIT 2017 in Hannover, including the new PD1611.

The PD1611 is an interactive pen display for free sketching by hand on a 15.6" HD screen. The combination of electromagnetic-resonance-pen (EMP) touch technology and a battery-free V pen enables intuitive writing, drawing and signing on its 1366 x 768 high-resolution display. Its 2,048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity, 200 points-per-second (PPS) tracking speed and 5,080 lines-per-inch (LPI) touch resolution make the PD1611 the perfect solution for companies that want to implement digitalized and paperless management systems and use e-signatures with encryption capabilities on electronic documents in A4 portrait format.