Jan 1, 2013 2:26 PM, By Bennett Liles
LG Electronics has equipped the new 72WS70 72in. LED monitor with local dimming, auto brightness sensor, and smart energy features to tailor the brightness for the environment and reduce cost of operation. The unit provides a screen resolution of 1920x1080, 700 nits brightness, and a viewing angle of 178x178. Digital inputs include HDMI, DVI-D, and DisplayPort with HDCP while analog connections accommodate component, composite, and RGB on D-sub terminals. The 72WS70 can play video directly from USB and it has the capability to attach an external media player. For external control, there are RS-232 and RJ-45 ports. Outputs include the same format selections as the inputs along with an external speaker terminal. The display can be operated in tile mode for up to 5x5 images and it can be mounted on its VESA 600x400mm bolt pattern.
The new 70in. MDT701S edge-lit LED monitor from Mitsubishi was unveiled at InfoComm 2012 with its Intel OPS (Open Pluggable Standard) card slot for easy installation and maintenance and its bottom-mounted internal speakers. Equipped with a built-in plug-and-play USB hub, the unit can be connected to videoconference cameras and other peripherals including direct connection of a mouse and keyboard. Five additional USB hubs can be cascaded onto the system. The monitor is designed to connect with Crestron’s RoomView system for networked operation and it can be monitored and controlled with Fusion RV as well. There are also front- and rear-mounted ambient light sensors to provide automatic adjustment of brightness level. Using Mitsubishi’s proprietary algorithms, the new model creates super resolution taking a standard definition image and converting it to HD.
Designed with DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D I/O, VGA, and composite video connections, the NEC MultiSync X401S 40in. LED backlit display monitor also features RS-232 I/O and LAN terminals for remote control. The Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) slot simplifies digital signage installations and the TileMatrix software allows creation of video walls up to 10x10. There are DisplayPort and HDMI inputs and the onboard clock allows the display to be set for pre-scheduled on and off times. The 1.7in. thickness and 1.7in. bezel width add versatility in options for installation and the unit’s inputs include DVI-D, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, and composite. The DVI video may be looped through and daisy chained along multiple monitors. There are also audio I/O mini jacks and switchable external speaker terminals.
At 70in. and 80in., the LF50 series represents the largest LED LCD monitors Panasonic has ever offered. The 700 cd/m² displays are offered as a digital signage solution and are supported under the Panasonic Concierge Service Program. The service provides a toll-free hotline and 24-hour priority scheduling of on-site service if the display is in need of service or repair. With SLOT 2.0 architecture, the LF50 offers the expandability to run even the most robust software to meet diverse customer needs in such applications as showrooms, retail, transportation terminals, and auditoriums. The LF50 Series can be used in portrait and landscape orientations, and it features a space-saving design with a thinner depth than previous LF Series models. It is also ADA compliant.
The new Helium PCT2785 27in. widescreen multi-touch monitor from Planar Systems provides interactivity in a very slim package with a typical viewing angle of 178 degrees and a brightness figure of 264 cd/m². With a profile less than 2in. deep, the screen offers a 16:9 aspect ratio and provides up to 20 touch points. The unit can be tilted on its desk stand within a range of 15 to 70 degrees for its zero bezel all-glass surface and it can be wall mounted with its VESA 100mm rear bolt pattern. The device features analog, HDMI, and DisplayPort inputs, and it includes a built-in HD webcam and microphone. The PCT2785 can recognize input from a finger, gloved hand, or a conductive stylus using the Windows 7 or 8 operating systems. The 43W power consumption drops to .5W in standby mode.
Prysm has taken HD video to a new level with the 120in. Digital Widescreen using 20in. square LPD (Laser Phosphor Display) tiles in a 6x4 arrangement. The LPD devices consist of a laser engine, a laser processor, and a phosphor panel. The Digital Widescreen is designed for 24/7 operation with a 178-degree viewing angle, 14-bit color processing, IP-50 environmental rating, and genlock capability. Inputs include VGA, DVI-D, and HDMI along with analog component. Remote control may be connected via RS-232 or LAN terminals and control options include front panel and web browser. The LPD tiles allow for virtually seamless displays that can be custom designed in a wide range of configurations. Each display from Prysm comes with a set of LPD tiles, a backing frame, an enclosure, image processor, computer, and 110V power connection.
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