Borg adds WinCE, Linux and Android Platforms

Borg has completed work on a new affordable in-wall dedicated WinCE-based interface for a variety of control, signage and other industries. The new variant of the popular Pro8lt enables single wire PoE installations leverging power-saving ARM motherboard and LED backlit LCD.

Borg adds WinCE, Linux and Android Platforms

By popular demand the Pro8lt-ce is now even more flexible

December 1, 2012 Denver, CO. Borg Displays, Inc, the premier innovator of affordable in-wall embedded touch controllers, announced today that is has completed work on a new affordable in-wall dedicated WinCE-based interface for a variety of control, signage and other industries. The new variant of the popular Pro8lt enables single wire PoE installations leverging power-saving ARM motherboard and LED backlit LCD



"Yes we are pleased what our wizards have done once again leveraging Microsoft's OS. The WinCE-based Pro8lt-ce offers the expected reliability yet full featured flexibility for a variety of installation types", state Craig Slawson, President of Borg. "The OS compliments the very affordable Pro8lt very nicely and adds to our suite of standards-based platforms". The Por8lt on CE also is slated to have Android and Linux within weeks. The team has 10 years of experience with Linux and Android has already had a Alpha proof of concept test according to company representatives.

Borg Displays develops in-wall interface solutions for a variety of professional integration industries on Windows XPe, Win7e, WinCE, Android and Linux platforms. The affordable suite of Protg branded 6", 8", 10" 15" and 21" 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. www.borgdisplays.com

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