• TH-55LFE8-IR

    Interactive touch screen

Interactive multi-touch professional display – TH-55LFE8-IR

Interactive Full HD display brings practical whiteboard functions for efficient collaboration and learning

  TH-55LFE8-IR TH-65BFE1 TH-75BQE1
screen size 55- inch 65- inch 75- inch
brightness 350 cd/m2 400 cd/m2 400 cd/m2
lcd panel IPS Panel/D-LED IPS Panel/D-LED IPS Panel/D-LED
resolution 1920x 1080 1920x 1080 3480x 2160
  • 10-points multi-touch screen ensures ease of use and quicker operation 
  • Panasonic's Whiteboard Software offers a wide array of functions such as PowerPoint presentation mode, desktop mode, video and screen capture

Ideal for:

  • Bring your own device (BYOD) environments
  • Classrooms and seminar rooms
  • Meeting rooms
  • Offices
  • Lecture theatres
  • Presentation rooms
  • Flexible installation (landscape or portrait)

Interactive touch screens designed for collaboration

  • Interactive display
  • Multi-touch screen increases usability and participant involvement 
  • Available with a wide array of functions from Panasonic’s Whiteboard Software


Built for practicality

Created with safety and ease of use in mind, the touch screens are perfect for use in schools and other education spaces. The screens are built with protection glass covered with a film to prevent scattering and they also come with a carrying handle to help you move them safely.

Cost-effective collaboration

Like the rest of the Panasonic interactive range, the TH-55LFE8-IR can be used with the Panasonic Whiteboard Software, including a whiteboard mode, PowerPoint® presentation mode, as well as Video and Screen Capture functions

Download the Panasonic Whiteboard Software here

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