Borg's Introduces The New Muse™ Flexcontroller

Borg Displays, Inc 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, leverage 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. 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”.

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