Infinity Edge In-Wall Touch Screens Introduced by Control4

InfinityEdge In-Wall TouchScreenA new generation of dedicated in-wall touch screens was introduced today by the leader manufacturer of IP-Based Control and Entertainment Systems, Control4.

The new InfinityEdge Touch Screens by Control4 are available in five and seven inch sizes, packing features such as edge-to-edge capacitive glass and a low profile design. The InfinityEdge Touch Screens are priced at $599 for the five inch and $899 for the seven inch models.

“We’re bringing the elegant InfinityEdge™ line of in-wall touch screens to market at prices that are unheard of in the custom residential industry,” stated Control4’s CEO Will West, “This introduction supports our vision to provide affordable home control solutions that will allow home owners to access their Control4® system from virtually every room in the house.”

The InfinityEdge Touch Screens by Control4 deliver intuitive, fingertip control of lights, entertainment, and security systems, because they feature capacitive glass with the full functionality of the Control4 Operating System version 2.0. The Control4 OS 2.0 includes a new interface that is based on flash and access to the 4Store Application Marketplace, thanks to which the OS functionality can be extended.

Control4 InfinityEdge Touch Screens are able to use either AC power or Power-over-Ethernet as a power source, and also use wired or Wi-Fi connectivity options, making them flexible and ideal for every room in the house without complicated wiring and additional install fees.

The five inch model Control4 InfinityEdge In-Wall Touch screens will be priced at $599, while the seven inch model will be priced at $899.

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