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FYI on Borg's suite of Protege win-based embedded touchscreens. The XPe or Win7e platforms are available in 8", 10" (16:9), 15" and soon 21" (16:9). All VERY affordable and complete with power and steel bbox. CONFIRMED with MyHome. Simply download Adobe Air (free) and rock n roll with very elegant, sleek designs that are also BRANDABLE in minimal quantities.

www.borgdisplays.com

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Thanks ILoveC4 for the reply. As a long time provider of platforms to the professional industries, we shy away from public disclosure on pricing for the sole obvious reason that you would not like your customers or potential customers misunderstand your value as an integrator vs just a reseller. We do not want them "shopping" prices. THUS we would be happy to provide pricing to those pros who contact us directly. info@borgdisplays.com

For your benefit we do not post Dealer Pricing on our website, however we also do NOT have stringent dealer requirements other than proof of reseller license, professional website/operation, etc. We service multiple verticals around the globe and our clients tell us the value is real, useful and very profitable.

Additionally, I will reveal that we know our pricing is significantly less than everyone else around the globe (at least those we know of). You will be pleased.

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Has anyone installed a borgdisplay and integarted it with C4? If so how does it work?

Those displays are EXPENSIVE. I don't anybody here is using one. For way less than these cost, you could but a 22" touch screen PC to mount on the wall and be way better off.

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As far as integrating a larger display with Control4, I've integrated a 42" touchscreen (TV with 42" touchscreen overlay on front).

Worked like a charm. Just run MyHomePC on it, if you have a site license for Control4 MyHome apps, there's no extra cost. Some simple Windows automation (EventGhost and the EventGhost Web Events plugin), and you can have it come up automatically on a button press.

If it's not a touchscreen, you can use it as the OSD, and navigate it with the Control4 remote.

RyanE

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