The BigTouch will retail for $4,999 and be available next month, according to InFocus. While its cousin the Mondopad includes a camera, sound bar and its own proprietary software, the BigTouch allows users to take advantage of the touch-friendly features of Windows 8 to add any software they choose. "BigTouch is for users that didn't find a lot of value in the [Mondopad] software we provide. They want to add their own software," Kayser said. "You might have a classroom that already has software for smart boards. You can integrate that into the BigTouch."