June 2, 2020
A flat panel display is a wonderful investment, no matter the business. The visually appealing device can help attract consumers, visually improve your business, or add another layer of marketing to utilize. However, without a plan, it can be quite easy to misuse these displays, missing out on their full potential. Here are a few key things to consider:
Make it an Interactive Experience
Many of our monitors can be used as a panel PC, touch screen, or touch panel, allowing you to optimize your consumer’s experience. Multi-touch systems enable users to get the information they need, with a single touch. Our custom designs can help you create the perfect option for you and your business.
Consider Where Your Place Them
Whether you have an interactive touch screen or not. There should always be a strategy behind where and when you use them. High traffic areas, visually appealing spots, and areas in which marketing is missing are all things to consider. The wrong placing could let your message go by the wayside.
Always Keep The Protected
There are a variety of ways to protect your investment, one simple but effective one is through optical bonding. Protecting the glass reduces heat buildup and provides shock resistance too. Those are just some of the benefits. You can also reduce your cleaning time, with no air gaps between the panes of glass, dirt, and dust will not penetrate; neither can moisture preventing fogging too. If you put the money into your displays, go the extra step and be sure they are protected for the long haul.
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As the global leader in optical bonding, Apollo Display Technologies supports you in all project phases – from the construction of the metal housing and procurement of specific parts to in-house development of controller boards and touchscreen integration. In need of a product, part, or have a project in mind? Contact us today at (631) 580-4360 or click here for more information.
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