Visit our other websites:    Consumer IT    On CE    Mobile Channels    ECI news    rAVe Europe    Digital Signage News    

 

eSP - IT Solution Providers in Europe

  • Full Screen
  • Wide Screen
  • Narrow Screen
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

Display and Projection

Samsung Debuts Flip Digital Flipchart

E-mail Print PDF
Samsung Debuts Flip Digital Flipchart

Samsung unveils the Flip digital flipchart display (WM55H) at a First Look event-- a 55-inch portrait-based LCD touchscreen allowing for sharing, annotation, movement and even sharing.

Standing on a portable, wheel-based stand, the Flip transforms any location into a huddle room, making it ideal for customers with limited conference space. It allows up to 4 different participants to show content or annotate directly on screen at the same time, using either fingers or dual-sided pen.

Compatibility with a variety of devices is included via wireless and USB, PC and mobile connectivity. Integrated screen-sharing makes Flip content available on connected PCs, smartphones and tablets, without interruption or reduced visual quality, and users can likewise export content from their devices to the Flip display.

Read more...

The First LG Nano IPS Monitor

E-mail Print PDF
The First LG Nano IPS Monitor

LG announces a first monitor with Nano IPS technology-- the 32UK950, a 32-inch UHD 4K number featuring HDR600 support for even higher dynamic range peak brightness and Thunderbolt 3 compatibility.

Nano IPS technology involves the addition of nanometer-sized particles to the LED panel. According to LG the particles absorb excess light wavelengths, "greatly enhancing" on-screen colours. The monitor displays 98% of the CI-P3 colour spectrum, making it ideal for prosumers seeking "superb colour reproduction."

The 32UK950 is also the first monitor with surpport for Thunderbolt 3 docking, allowing the setup of dual 4K monitors. It connects to modern notebooks such as the Macbook Pro via single Thunderbolt 3 cable (no charging adapter or USB cables required) transmitting video, audio and 60W power.

Read more...

An HDR Standard for PC Monitors

E-mail Print PDF
An HDR Standard for PC Monitors

Customers wanting to know the HDR capability of a future monitor get a helping hand from the DisplayHDR-- a VESA standard setting baseline HDR quality levels for PC displays.

Developed with the input of over two dozen member companies, the High-Performance Monitor and Display Compliance Test Specification (or DisplayHDR) measure 3 distinct levels of HDR performance. These are baseline (DisplayHDR 400), mid-range (DisplayHDR 600) and high-end (DisplayHDR 1000), with each level based on 8 parameters.

Read more...

NEC Europe Intros C Series Displays

E-mail Print PDF
NEC Europe Intros C Series Displays

NEC Display Solutions Europe presents a range of commercial-grade large format displays-- the MultiSync C Series, ideal for use as digital signage displays or for presentations in smaller conference rooms.

The C Series displays come in 3 sizes, 43-inch (C431), 50-inch (C501) and 55-inch (C551). All models have a mechanical depth of just 45mm, and offer a modern design, HD images, 400 cd/m² display brightness and multiple inputs. An integrated media player allows auto content playback and management of image and video files without need for external cabling. As a result, the only external hardware required is a USB drive or MicroSDHC card.

Full external control is included through LAN and RS232 interface, enabling easy integration into existing control systems. One can install the C Series displays in both landscape and portrait orientation, expanding the available deployment options.

Read more...

IDC: Q2 2017 Monitor Shipments Dip

E-mail Print PDF
IDC: Q2 2017 Monitor Shipments Dip

According to IDC global monitor shipments total 28.5 million units in Q2 2017-- a -6.4% Y-o-Y decline, although some of the market softness can be attributed to comparison with a strong Q2 2016.

That said, some market issues persist. After all, shipments are also down by -1.2% on a Q-o-Q basis, the first sequential decline on a Q2 since 2014. A mid-year quarter sequential decline is typically sign of the digestion of excess inventory, troubling since Q1 2017 also opened in the red.

However the analyst insists "optimism abounds," particularly around replacements of old monitors approaching end of life, as well as potentially strong back-to-school and holiday seasons. As such, IDC forecasts a -1.7% decline for H2 2017. The full-year 2017 forecast stands at 117m monitors, while Q2 2017 shipments are to total 27.8m, a -2.2% Y-o-Y decline.

Looking further to the future, 2021 shipments are expected to be less than 112m, the result of adoption of mobile devices at lowper price points.

Read more...

Page 1 of 51

  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  3 
  •  4 
  •  5 
  •  6 
  •  7 
  •  8 
  •  9 
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »