Interactive pen display

Feb. 2, 2010

Wacom's DTZ-2100 interactive pen display allows users to work with a pressure-sensitive pen directly on the screen to illustrate conditions and treatment plans by integrating and enhancing features offered through industry software solutions. By utilizing a direct, digital, pen-on-screen work flow, Wacom displays allow users to create and interact with data. The pen displays deliver accurate contoured images, delineating target volumes for radiation therapy. With a 21.3-inch LCD monitor, the DTZ-2100 combines a high-resolution display and a dynamically adjustable stand that allows the display to be rotated and inclined for optimal viewing and ergonomics.

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