Wacom's New DTU-1031 Provides Paperless Electronic Signature Solution for Businesses View, fill out and sign documents with Wacom's LCD pen display, featuring a small hardware footprint with big designs on improving workplace efficiencies
VANCOUVER, Wash., Feb. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Wacom® presents the new DTU-1031 pen display, an ideal solution for businesses seeking a display with a small footprint that allows users to view and fill out documents as well as sign them electronically. Many banks, insurance companies, hotels and retail stores now require their clients to sign documents directly at the counter or point of sale and the DTU-1031 provides these organizations with an effective way to build a fully paperless and efficient documentation workflow.
With its 10.1" LCD display, the DTU-1031 allows full letter-size documents to be viewed with minimal scrolling. Therefore, customers can clearly see the contents of a document and sign with confidence. State-of-the-art encryption is included to ensure transactions are performed safely and securely.
Offering a unique hardware design, the DTU-1031 combines a high-resolution color display with a small footprint, making it suitable for any counter or point of sale area. An integrated stand supports two convenient viewing angles and the device can also be positioned completely flat on a counter or desk should the need arise. For organizations looking to customize the DTU's orientation, VESA mounting holes allow the use of 3rd party arms and stands. The unit features an integrated pen compartment to secure the pen when not in use and a pen tether is included to prevent loss. In addition, there is a security slot that can be used to prevent theft of the device in public situations.
The DTU-1031 operates as a regular LCD monitor with pen input and is easily integrated into standard IT infrastructures. When used with signature software such as Wacom sign | pro, SOFTPRO®'s SignDoc or xyzmo®'s SIGNificant, it becomes the ideal electronic solution for viewing, filling out and signing documents. The DTU-1031 connects to PCs with a single USB cable, removing clutter and keeping business areas neat. Commonly used functions such as page-up or page-down can be easily programmed onto the four customizable ExpressKeys™ to facilitate smooth customer interaction. The Wacom pen is pressure-sensitive, cordless and battery-free, enhancing the natural writing experience for the user and providing excellent reliability and durability. In addition to the natural writing feeling, Wacom´s pen technology delivers a pressure profile during the writing and signing process. This results in a unique biometric profile which can be used for forensic purposes.
In addition to its pen input capabilities, the DTU-1031 can be used as an external monitor to display slideshows and videos for advertising and other purposes. The DTU-1031's paperless workflow solution increases customer satisfaction by offering them a direct on-screen signing experience with comfortable ergonomics. The highly durable DTU-1031 offers low cost of ownership and integration is simplified with its single USB cable that provides video, pen data and power.
- 10.1" color IPS LCD panel with 1280 x 800 native resolution
- Single USB cable provides video, pen data and power
- Unique hardware ID
- Wacom pen with cordless, battery-free Electro-Magnetic Resonance (EMR) for maintenance-free, real-life signing experience
- 4 customizable ExpressKeys for shortcuts and commonly used functions
- Integrated stand and VESA 75 mounting holes for customization
- Integrated pen compartment, pen tether and security slot
Pricing and Availability
The DTU-1031 is priced at $749 (USD) and will be available through Wacom's eStore and other channels during the latter part of April. For additional purchasing information, please consult Wacom's website.
Founded in 1983, Wacom's vision to bring people and technology closer together through natural interface technologies has made it the world's leading manufacturer of digital human interface solutions. Wacom revolutionized the nature of digital input when it introduced its family of interactive pen displays, allowing users to work with a pressure-sensitive pen directly on screen. Today, thousands of business, medical, GIS, design and other professionals count on Wacom interactive pen displays to deliver superior control and productivity to their workflow.
For more information, please contact:
Douglas A. Little
Sr. Public Relations Manager
Wacom Technology Services, Corp.
SOURCE Wacom Technology Services, Corp.