It’s proven once again that extreme high-tech can easily and efficiently mix with bureau work. It’s highly recommended to be used in the especially complicated projects of infrastructure or technology oriented brands, combining a minimalistic style with a facile interface and sleek design.
The Wilkhakhn InteracTable is designed by Andreas Storiko to aid companies that look for innovative ways to streamline their work.
The materials from which the table is made are combined beautifully, besides the formal look giving it a sleek appearance as well. It’s a nicely chosen combination of aluminum and linoleum, while black-painted or chrome-polished stands can be optionally added. It also comprises a decent quantity of multiple essence wood, by choice, like maple, cherry, ash, oak, beech or walnut.
The aspect ratio is 16:9, over a facile 50-inch diagonal work-space, and a standard resolution of 1280×768 pixels. The control system is plain-easy, the touch-screen format being the main aspect of this, plus the 16.7 million colors make for a nice and easy interaction, especially when multiple people are using it at the same time.
There is more detailing about the product, like different PC inputs as VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA and UXGA, PAL, NTSC or SECAM formats and HDTV signal input compatibility. Every PC around the conference room in which the table lies may be easily connected to it.
The prices and availability of the product are not yet published, but they can be found out during ordering. To be kept in mind is the fact that the table is customizable as well.