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Borg’s Introduces New Muse™ FlexController

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Borg Displays, Inc, the premier innovator of affordable in-wall embedded touch controllers, introduces a new Muse FlexController tablet leveraging a bright 7” 16:9 format and using the newest in multi-touch technology.  The Muse, like the suite of Protégé in-wall platforms, leverages Microsoft Windows CE embedded OS or Google Android OS on a fast Texas Instruments processor for optimum performance and flexibility.  The Muse is ideal for OEM’s seeking a fast-to-market advantage with factory-direct affordable pricing.

Borg’s team expertise in handheld usability and form factors goes back 10 years with a dozen designs.  The new Muse dramatically enhances the user experience leveraging the new 16:9 widescreen format AND new multi-touch projective capacitive interactivity like that of Apple’s iPad.  Muse is part of a suite of Borg’s interactive embedded appliance-like controllers optimized with select hardware button features and software applets for a wide variety of vertical applications.  “Borg now offers a Pro4, Pro6, Pro8, Pro8a, Pro8ac, Pro8gl, Pro10a, Pro15a, NEO8 and now Muse to professional integrators around the globe.” states Borg president, Craig Slawson. “Muse is an always-on appliance and generally located in high traffic areas where net-connected services get used more often then when accessed by PC”.

Borg Displays develops optimal interface solutions for a variety of professional integration industries on Windows XPe, WinCE and Linux platforms.  The affordable suite of Muse and Protégé branded 4”, 6”, 8”, 10” and 15” touchcontrollers are specifically designed to run quiet, cool and fast, engaging users with networked content, third party control – security – entertainment – signage applications, or energy management on centrally located always-on sentinels.

Source: BorgDisplays

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