Data Trek, Inc., has introduced three touch screen monitors for use with its GoPAC, a Windows-based Online Patron Access Catalog software product. Two of the models, A and B, feature capacitive-sensing technology which requires a human touch to activate its features. The third model, C, uses pressure-sensing technology which reacts to any type of physical contact, for example, a pointing device or a pencil eraser. This could allow patrons with physical limitations to use it.
Model A combines high performance, durability, and clarity in a 14” Super-VGA curved monitor with all-glass construction. Model B's touch screen uses the same technology as Model A, but has a diagonal measurement of 17” and a flat screen.
Model C's 14—inch curved touch screen has a hard—coated resistive membrane protecting it from being scratched by any hard objects.
[Contact: Data Trek, Inc., 5838 Edison Place, Carlsbad, CA 92008—6596; (619) 431—8400 or (800) 876—5484; Fax (619) 431—8448.]