Genee World has revealed an interactive display dubbed the G-Touch Table.

Like Microsoft’s PixelSense, the G-Touch Table has been designed to be installed in a commercial environment.

Retailers will be able to install the G-Touch Table to deliver product information to customers without having the pressure of speaking to a salesman.

Genee World has also designed the table to be used in the hospitality environment, thanks to a robust and waterproof design. 

This gives restaurants the potential to allow customers to browse a menu from the large display and even order food directly from their table, without a waiter or waitress.

Four designs will be available for the interactive touchscreen table, although further customisations can be made.

Bespoke software options are also available to businesses requiring it.

The table features a 42in screen and can be purchased either as a normal sized table of a low-level coffee table style unit.

The low-level unit incorporates a six to 10-point touch LCD SAW panel and a built-in PC loaded with Windows.

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