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Display and Projection

NEC Presents Ultra-Wide MultiSync EX341R

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NEC Presents Ultra-Wide MultiSync EX341R

NEC Display Solutions announces the MultiSync EX341R-- a 34-inch curved monitor with a 21:9 aspect ratio designed to provide an "immersive" desktop experience.

Aimed mainly at commercial clients, the EX341R features a 3440 x 1440 resolution SVA panel with an 1800R curvature and bezels just 1.55mm thin on 3 sides. It also carries ControlSync technology to simplify multi-monitor configurations when combined with DisplayPort daisy-chain functionality, as well as a picture-by-picture mode to replace existing monitors.

Another interesting addition is a human presence sensor able to turn the display off when the user leaves the workstation. Low Blue Light Content and Flicker-Free certification from TÜV Rheinland promise to reduce eye strain, while SpectraViewII software (available either separately or as a bundle) ensures uniform and accurate colours.

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Philips Claims Largest Curved Monitor

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Philips Claims Largest Curved Monitor

Philips brand holder MMD announces the BDM4037UW-- a 40-inch Philips Brilliance 4K/UHD LCD display the company says is the "largest 4k curved monitor on the market."

The monitor packs a VA LCD panel with a W-LED backlight, and features 3840 x 2160 resolution. Viewing angles clock at 178-degrees, while maximum brightness reaches 300cd/m². MMD adds the monitor supports an ultra wide colour gamut with 85% NTSC gamut (as opposed to the usual 72%) and the hardware offers over 1 billion colours. Audio is included through two built-in 5W speakers, and a quad-port USB 3.0 hub adds connectivity.

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Sharp Adds Aquos Board Interactive Displays

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Sharp Adds Aquos Board Interactive Displays

Sharp announces the PN-C series Aquos Board interactive display systems-- the 80-inch PN-C805B and 70-inch PN-C705B, both aimed at businesses and schools.

Both models recognise up to 10 touch points with 4-person simultaneous use, up from the 6 touch points and 2-person use offered by the previous PN-C series. The new models use direct bonding technology for a more ergonomic touch and feel, as well as a user experience as close to pen on paper as possible. This is due to the protective glass being bonded directly to the LCD panel without air gaps, minimising parallax difference.

Other intuitive features include the placement of the power on/off and input switching, backlight and freeze controls to the front bezel. A freeze frame function allows users to capture a freeze frame from a video to enable on-screen annotation, and customers can connect webcams at multiple locations for more flexible videoconferencing.

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CDS Offers Rugged Lumineq Displays

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CDS Offers Rugged Lumineq Displays


Crystal Display Systems now offer the rugged Lumineq Displays.

Lumineq, a business unit of Beneq (OK, not to be confused with BenQ), is the world’s premier manufacturer and developer of thin film electroluminescent (TFEL) displays as well as their transparent TASEL displays.

Lumineq TFEL non-transparent displays are used in aerospace, mining, marine, military, medical and other demanding environments. TFEL displays are robust and reliable for use in extreme environments, where traditional displays cannot cope.

Built for demanding conditions including cold, heat, wind, dust, vibration, sunlight and even G-Forces, electroluminescent panels (EL) retain more than 75% of their original brightness after more than 100,000 hours of operation, making them ideal for a long term design. Read more...

dnp Supernova Brightens Kip Conference Room

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dnp Supernova Brightens Kip Conference Room

A leading producer of adhesive tapes for the construction industry, Kip GmbH recently decided to refurbish its conference and training rooms. But it quickly became clear to the company that it would need to renovate the AV solution as well, since the white wall on its own could not be used to project images of sufficient quality.

German AV specialist, Thies Bürotechnik GmbH & Co. KG, turned Kip’s pale presentations into great visual experiences.

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