LCD Tablet Monitor

AHA Information & Communication’s LCD tablet monitor is an innovative education tool that allows students to write directly on the tablet while utilizing a variety of audio, visual and interactive materials.


LCD Tablet Monitor - AHA Information & CommunicationThe tablet monitor includes an extensive list of features. Any writing done on the tablet with a stylus is displayed directly on the classroom’s main screen via an LCD projector. Lectures are recorded automatically into video files (.wmv format) for students to access via the Internet anywhere, any time.

The system is capable of handling any document and picture file format including PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Hangeul. Advanced writing recognition support enables the user to write fluidly and smoothly.


The LCD tablet uses a high-resolution panel and a pen-input device that allows the user to use the tablet as both a display device as well as an input device. Fourth-generator digital technology, a USB interface and plug & play capability allow for greater expansion and the use of various peripherals. The screen uses a power-saving monitor (less than 35W of power consumption) and is flicker-free. Maximum resolution is 1680×1050, and both Windows and iOS are supported.

Founded in 1995, AHA Information & Communication offers innovative digital equipment for both education and commercial applications, including electronic whiteboards and podiums, LCD tablet monitors and digital information displays.

Company president Koo Gi-do said, “We are currently exporting to more than 32 nations as of late May, and set an export goal for this year of reaching US$ 25mil., which is equivalent to the increased export-scale (80~90%) from last year.

The company has recorded remarkable exports exceeding US$ 10mil. last year, following US$3.5mil. in 2010, and US$2.6 mil. in 2009. This year, it has added new export markets in countries such as Brazil, Azerbaijan, Iran, Algeria, and Venezuela. Of special note, AHA has supplied its globally competitive 82-inch large electronic board to 12 nations from 2011.

He predicted that AHA could take the world’s No. 1 place in global electronic board markets riding on the increasing worldwide demand for LCD electronic boards and taking advantage of the halo effect of the world’s best competitiveness of local LCD makers – Samsung, LG, etc. “We will replace the conventional whiteboard-type electronic board in foreign market with our latest LCD electronic boards – enabling Korean-made LCD electric boards the world standard,” Koo explained.

AHA Information & Communication has the nation’s first developed hand-touch light sensors for large display in 2009, the supply of which were previously solely reliant on foreign countries, opening the path for large-scale export.



• AHA Information & Communication
3011, Hakun-ri, Yangchon-myeon, Gimpo, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Tel: (82-31)997-0909
Fax: (82-31)997-0911

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