Australia-based casino slot machine maker Ainsworth Game Technology Ltd said it had launched its new A600 cabinet at the Australasian Gaming Expo (AGE). The trade show began in Sydney on Tuesday and runs until Thursday.
Ainsworth’s new cabinet includes dual 24-inch (61-centimetre), high-definition liquid crystal display (LCD) screens, the company stated in a filing to the Australian Securities Exchange. The product additionally features a mechanical, programmable touchscreen using either organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology or an LCD format.
The firm said the unit also has a modular internal design to make it easier to service, and is “future technologies compatible”.
The new A600 cabinet has received regulatory approval in both New South Wales and Queensland, the company added.
Danny Gladstone, chief executive of Ainsworth, described the A600 as “Ainsworth at its best”. “A focus on research and development enables us to drive machine innovation to deliver our customers the finest gaming experience possible,” added Mr Gladstone.
The company will report its full-year 2015 results after market close on August 18.
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