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DTx Complements Embedded Computing Offering with Expanded Display Solutions Portfolio
Date:9/23/2013

Melbourne, Florida (PRWEB) September 23, 2013

DTx's new display portfolio includes tablets, laptops and All-in-One solutions along with an increased line of touchscreen displays. All of the additional display solutions products are designed for the Medical, Industrial, Aerospace, Military and Government Industries.

“Over the last 22 years our embedded product offering has grown in complexity and sophistication. We recognized a continually evolving need within our customer community for a variety of high-end display solutions,” said Todd Stirtzinger, President and CEO. “Expanding our portfolio of display solutions is a natural next step and allows DTx to offer the latest technology while providing our customers with a broader set of solutions to meet their needs.”

Solutions will vary from high performance medical grade and rugged tablets and laptops to cost effective commercial solutions. Additionally, our All-in-One (AIO) computing customers can select from the latest processors and motherboards as well as a variety of long life LCD panels, touch interfaces and enclosures to meet any environmental, functional or serviceability need. The expanded line of touch screen displays includes offerings in a wide variety of sizes, technologies and designs. Touch screen technologies include Resistive, Projected Capacitive (P-Cap) and Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW). As with all DTx products, any display can be configured with customized housings, color and branding.

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