NEC Display Solutions of America has added a new commercial-grade display line, the E Series, providing a pair of low-cost options for high-quality digital signage applications.
The new entrants are the 32-inch E321 and 42-inch E421, offering high-definition resolution (up to 1920x1080), integrated analog/digital tuner and 10W stereo speakers as standard gear.
Multiple source inputs allow users to work from a variety of sources and easily maneuver between desired content. The LCD displays feature brightness and contrast levels suitable for most applications, providing vivid image quality and easier viewing in areas with high ambient light such as lobbies. They boast low power consumption (less than 190 W for the E421 and 150 W for the E321).
“The introduction of the E Series brings cost-conscious affordability to those customers looking for entry-level digital signage in their facilities,” said Luke Bruschuk, product manager at NEC Display Solutions. “Digital signage has evolved in so many facets recently, and NEC strives to provide high quality, long-lasting products that meet a variety of needs within the great range of the industry. The E321 and E421 are attention-grabbing displays that are ideal for showing an array of content, including high-definition images, advertising and news clips.”
Other features of the E Series includes:
. Up to 4000:1 static contrast ratio
. Full connectivity with multiple HDMI input terminals, Analog RGB, S-Video, Composite Video
. Built-in closed captioning
. Built-in NTCS/ATCS analog/digital tuner
. Built-in swivel stand, detachable for wall-mount applications
. Multiple picture modes, which adjust the picture appearance for optimum viewing experience
. Advanced video settings, which ensure source material is displayed properly and accurately
. Backlight adjust, which allows users to customize the backlight strength, enabling longer display life and lower power consumption
The E321 and E421 will be available for February 2010 shipment at estimated street prices of $499 and $849, respectively.
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