Panasonic has unveiled a six model series of 4K professional displays at ISE, ranging from 43 inch to 86 inch.
The entry class LCD panels come with, 350 cd/m2 brightness, making them ideal for shopping centres, showrooms, meeting rooms, and classrooms. The two largest panels (86/75-inch) also feature In-Plane Switching technology, which maintains colour accuracy and clear visibility when the screen is viewed off-axis.
The new display series presents 4K imaging with a slim depth and stylish narrow bezel design which maximises the screen area in relation to the display’s physical size.
To support the latest 4K and Full HD video content, all the displays have two HDCP 2.2-compliant HDMI terminals to play DRM-protected content. Like all displays in this series, the EQ1 features VESA-compliant mount．
“The design focus for the EQ1 Series, was to simplify the installation, setup, and control of the displays,” said Enrique Robledo, Marketing Manager at Panasonic. “Each has a USB media player that displays 4K and Full HD content without the need for external cables or a Set-top Box. In a local network, content can also be updated using a master USB device, synced across multiple displays via LAN.”
Single or multiple displays can be monitored and controlled using Panasonic Multi-Monitoring & Control Software. This free software includes basic control capabilities, able to expand its function by using Early Warning Software, for networked displays—ideal for schools, retail and offices.
Visit Panasonic in Hall 1, stand H20, ISE2018, Amsterdam RAI, February 6–9, or for more information on the EQ1 Series and other Panasonic Visual Systems, please visit: https://business.panasonic.co.uk/visual-system/
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