A Touch of Class

  • John Lyon

The latest generation of TSW touchscreens from Crestron provide an unobtrusive interface for controlling all of the technology of a fully integrated home. Available in black or white, the new touchscreens readily adapt to any space including the kitchen and bathroom, thanks to versatile wall and tabletop mounting options. The devices feature sleek edge-to-edge glass that can be integrated into traditional or contemporary decor and a fully customizable user interface that can be programmed to display the weather, news, or other information. Each unit draws all of the power it requires for operation from a single Ethernet cable, for a streamlined installation. Crestron offers 5-, 7-, and 10.1-inch variations of the TSW priced from $1,400. (www.crestron.com)

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