The guys at Ideum recently tested the ruggedness of the company's MT55 Platform multi-touch table by dropping a 13 pound bowling ball on its surface from a height of 18 inches
The MT55 Platform features single push button operation and a series of hidden ports that offer accessibility to the internal PC via USB and HDMI
The MT55 Platform's display top is less than 3 inches thick
Ideum says that the MT55 Platform can be installed - from crate to being operational - in just one-minute and sixteen seconds
Ideum's MT55 series multi-touch tables can be seen in action at Seattle's Pacific Science Center, NASA's Kennedy Space Center and - in this case - the British Museum in London
Ideum has given its 55-inch MT55 Platform and Pro multi-touch tables an Intel i7 processor upgrade, a storage boost and improved connectivity options
Ideum has just given its 55-inch MT55 Platform and Pro multi-touch tables an Intel i7 processor upgrade that sees them benefit from a performance boost of 30 percent and 20 percent respectively. Both tables also gain more onboard storage and improved connectivity options. The company has additionally taken the opportunity to put the Platform model's ruggedness to the test - video after the jump.
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