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    New Control Pad 2 Tabletop Touchscreen!

    We've upgraded our WFTT07 tabletop touchscreen! The new unit (Control Pad 2) features a faster processor, higher resolution screen, built in mic and built in webcam and updated HSTouch project. $189.95.

    The camera will be supported in HSTouch in a future update.

    Product page is here: http://store.homeseer.com/store/x-P1887C260.aspx
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    #2
    Very nice, Mark! I also like the home screen - is that a new default template?
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      #3
      Originally posted by rmasonjr View Post
      Very nice, Mark! I also like the home screen - is that a new default template?

      +1. That looks like a real winner hardware and GUI wise.


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        #4
        Originally posted by rmasonjr View Post
        Very nice, Mark! I also like the home screen - is that a new default template?
        Yup, the new default template will have this look. I'll post screen shots of it tomorrow (hopefully).
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          #5
          I'm buying one of these! Here's what I want in v3: btle radio and StickNFind or Tile plugin. Lots of discussion on this subject on the board now. But back to the touchscreen--great job incorporating feedback! The new interface looks nice, and modern!
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            #6
            Not quite ready to migrate to HS3 yet... Is there any reason this will not work with HS2? Very interesting... especially at current sale price.

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              #7
              The current HSTouch Android app still works ok with HS2 so I don't see why it would not work.

              Originally posted by megatron2 View Post
              Not quite ready to migrate to HS3 yet... Is there any reason this will not work with HS2? Very interesting... especially at current sale price.
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                #8
                Very nice work guys! GUI is awesome looking. Very Nice.
                +1 for future versions having bluetooth LE
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                  #9
                  Very nice and very good price Mark!
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                    #10
                    Looks like a great all around device!

                    Do you have any specs on the camera? Also, I couldn't see if it has an Ethernet port. Hopefully it does since I cut my WiFi off at night.

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                      #11
                      Sorry, no Ethernet port. I don't have specs on the camera, its probably VGA.

                      Originally posted by GatorEye View Post
                      Looks like a great all around device!

                      Do you have any specs on the camera? Also, I couldn't see if it has an Ethernet port. Hopefully it does since I cut my WiFi off at night.
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                        #12
                        Originally posted by rjh View Post
                        Sorry, no Ethernet port. I don't have specs on the camera, its probably VGA.
                        Is there a USB port? If so, what version and what size? Perhaps Ethernet to USB would work. I wonder how reliable that would be.

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                          #13
                          It has a mini usb port, but its intended to be connected to a PC so I don't think you can plug an adapter into it.

                          Originally posted by GatorEye View Post
                          Is there a USB port? If so, what version and what size? Perhaps Ethernet to USB would work. I wonder how reliable that would be.
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                            #14
                            Looks sweet! I just ordered one. If it turns out to be as cool as it looks I envision ordering a few more!
                            Mike

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                              #15
                              Awesome guys! Great to see all the feedback has been taken on board and loving the new look interface.

                              How does the viewing angle compare to the original?

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