Touch Screen – Elo New 70-inch Interactive Display

By | March 31, 2015

Product Information

Elo is pleased to announce the new 7001LT 70” Interactive Digital Signage display featuring 10-touch infrared capability. Infrared touch technology provides higher touch sensitivity and brightness to give ‘tablet-like’ performance in a giant 70″ size. The low profile design integrates beautifully into modern interior designs for retail, office, hospitality, or public space applications. The 7001LT delivers undistorted display clarity due to use of clear glass with four key features:

  • 10-touch infrared technology delivers smooth and highly responsive multi-user interaction
  • Auto-switching between active input sources eases use in meeting rooms
  • Support for serial control input with use of adapter cable (included)
  • Wider VESA 600×600 mounting points (Elo wall mount kit E248743)

The 7001LT is a high-quality, interactive canvas for engaging shoppers; and for office meeting collaboration. A new video input auto-detect feature will switch the display to the last good video input signal from the internal computer module or other external video sources. The 7001LT offers system integrators and value-added resellers (VARs) a high performance solution that is easy to deploy and maintain in public environments. With a total thickness of 3.7 inches (94 mm), the 7001LT is ADA and IBC compliant for wall-mounted installations. State of the art full HD display and video technology is utilized including a high contrast/brightness LED-backlit LCD panel, extended color gamut with movie/ gaming/photo modes, black level adjustment, and on-screen menu enhancements.

Optional, high performance computer modules are available which turn the 7001LT into a completely integrated all-in-one computer—without the need for any cables or additional mounting hardware. Computer modules are available in a choice of two models: ECMG2-i3, based on a 3.3GHz Intel Core i3 processor and graphics.

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Product datasheet

7001LT Key Features

  • Touch technology: 10-touch infrared, HID compliant
  • 69.5” diagonal 16:9 active matrix TFT LED-backlit LCD
  • Active Display Area 60.6” x 34.1” (1538.9 x 865.6 mm)
  • Dimensions: 62.9” x 3.7” x 36.4” (1600 x 94 x 925 mm)
  • Native resolution: full HD 1920 x 1080, other resolutions supported
  • Brightness of LCD panel: 500 nits typical
  • Contrast ratio: 5000:1 typical
  • Viewing angle: 176°H/176°V
  • Video interfaces: HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA
  • Typical power consumption: 201 W
  • Weight: 149.5 lb (67.8kg)
  • Audio: 4 x 5W stereo speakers for stereo operation in landscape and portrait modes
  • Ambient light sensor: Automatic panel brightness adjustment
  • Intel OPS compliant with available adapter kit
  • Warranty: 3 years standard with additional 2 year warranty and on-site exchange available in US
  • EloView™ remote management capability

Part Number

Part Number Product Description Marketing Description
E008823 ET7001LT-9UWA-0-MT-GY-G 7001LT 70-inch wide interactive digital signage display, VGA, HDMI & DisplayPort video interface, infrared 10-touch, optional computer module, worldwide-version, Clear, Gray


Computer Modules

Part Number Model Processor RAM HDD OS
E776797 ECMG-i3 Intel Core i3 3.3GHz HD2500 2 GB 320 GB No OS
E487570 ECMG-i3 Intel Core i3 3.3GHz HD2500 2 GB 320 GB Windows 7
E272400 ECMG-i5 Intel Core i5 3.6GHz HD4000 4 GB 320 GB No OS
E584199 ECMG-i5 Intel Core i5 3.6GHz HD4000 4 GB 320 GB Windows 7
E009007 ECMG2-i3 Intel Core i5 3.6 GHz HD4000 4 GB 320 GB Windows 8.1


Other Accessories

MSR (E545781), NFC Adapter (E918074), OPS Kit (E102270), Replacement OSD Controller (E483757), Replacement Cable Kit (E000263), Wall Mount Kit (E248743), Webcam (E688656)

Author: Staff Writer

Craig Keefner -- With over 40 years in the industry and technology, Craig is widely considered to be an expert in the field. Major early career kiosk projects include Verizon Bill Pay kiosk and hundreds of others. Craig helped start kioskmarketplace and formed the KMA. Note the point of view here is not necessarily the stance of the Kiosk Association or