INTRODUCING THE AMPED 360 INTERACTIVE DISPLAY!

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Finally, after years of work and waiting for technology to catch up with our requirements, the AMPED 360 interactive display system will begin shipping in September, 2014.

The AMPED 360 interactive display can be categorized as fitting between a printed sign or poster and an internet device. Actually, it is suitable as a replacement in many cases for a printed sign because it can perform the same function – only better.

Take a look: amped360display

The system includes a professionally framed 4k high resolution monitor approximately poster sized (24″x36″), (The monitor is 39″ diagonal.) easel, high performance computer, and interactive control panel which has a push button and knob.

The most exciting part is the cost. The system rents for what amounts to less than $5 a day after a two month commitment where the system is loaded with content and programmed. Programming and content creation are priced separately. It is easily updated…

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About Author, Arlene Lagos

Lagos, a native of Massachusetts has written poetry, stage plays, screenplays and short stories for over 20 years. She began writing the Beyond Earth Series in November of 2011 as a first time Nanowrimo participant, which she successfully completed, and now has three books in the series. Her latest novel, Butterflies Wake was a Nanowrimo winner for 2013. Currently she is working on a children's middle-grade novel, "Outside The Circle" that she's hoping to have out by Christmas. She's also been asked to have her novel, "Butterflies Wake" adapted into a stage play for a local college theatre department. This November, Lagos will work on the sequel to "Butterflies Wake" with "Butterflies Rising". Lagos also has fourteen short stories published in the Giant Tales Anthologies. Her goal in life is to create and to inspire the world around her. Lagos currently resides in Massachusetts with her husband and their daughter.

Posted on August 19, 2014, in My Two Cents. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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