Wacom’s DTH-1152 Pen Display Makes Reviewing and Signing Electronic Documents Easy, Flexible and Secure
July 13, 2017 Tokyo, Japan – Today, Wacom Co., Ltd. announces the DTH-1152 – its most full-featured, compact pen display for businesses looking to implement electronic review, completion and signing of documents. With its combination of Wacom’s industry-leading pen input and a multi-touch screen, the DTH-1152 gives organizations such as banks, hospitals, insurance companies and public sector departments an improved way to make signing documents paperless and user-friendly.
Within its compact footprint, the DTH-1152 features a vibrant 10.1-inch, full HD screen to present documents. Utilizing the touchscreen capabilities, users can intuitively scroll, pan and zoom – making it easy to review the document. With the pen, you can annotate, fill-out and sign documents with all the ease of pen on paper. The pen is powered by Wacom’s patented electromagnetic resonance (EMR) technology and, when combined with compatible signature software, captures secure, biometric signatures.
Additional features make the DTH-1152 a top choice for organizations looking to eliminate paper when signing documents. The hardened, anti-glare surface is extremely durable, makes it easy to read the screen in different lighting conditions and provides a tactile feel like writing on paper. Wacom’s unique 3-in-1 cable design means minimal clutter for installation while still providing standard USB and video (HDMI and VGA) connectivity. The standard video connectivity provides greater flexibility in a variety of virtualized desktop configurations, while the DTH-1152 can also emulate a serial connection over USB to support legacy virtualized environments.
Wacom also implements state-of-the-art RSA/AES encryption to ensure transactions are performed safely and securely by protecting the signature data transmitted between the pen display and workstation.
“With the DTH-1152, we continue to support paperless initiatives by offering a best-in-industry solution for eDocument review and eSignature capture,” said Peter Sommer, Senior Vice President of Wacom Business Solutions. “We’ve built upon our very successful compact pen display family and added features to the DTH-1152 that make presenting and signing electronic documents even easier and more intuitive.”
Because of its high resolution screen, when not being used for document review and signing, the DTH-1152 can be used to display slideshows and videos for promotion, advertising and other purposes – further maximizing the return on investment.
The DTH-1152 joins the DTU-1031X, DTU-1141 and DTK-1651 in Wacom’s portfolio of pen displays for eDocuments and eSignature. The entire family is supported by Wacom’s collection of software development kits (SDKs) that allow developers to integrate support for signature capture into their applications using these pen displays.
The DTH-1152 pen display will be ready to ship in July. For more information on the new product, please consult Wacom’s Business Solutions website at http://bit.ly/WacomDTH-1152InteractivePenDisplay.
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