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NEC Display Solutions updates Professional Series large format displays

01 November 2013

NEC Display Solutions Europe says it has laid out the roadmap for its next generation of Professional (P Series) large format displays, designed to exceed the performance, reliability and affordability expectations users

The updated range will bring new benefits including a Human Sensor, Near Field Communication (NFC), remote browser control and other innovations.

The new NEC MultiSync P Series models, available in sizes 40-, 46-, 55-, 70- and 80-inch, are all high-end, full-featured professional displays designed for heavy retail signage, transportation and other mission-critical 24/7 applications. The updated models bring LED backlighting to the high performance commercial-grade LCD panels. This allows for lower power consumption, a slimmer design and reduced weight compared to predecessors.

"Our new P Series sets the standard for professional large format displays. They bring innovations that make the products more environmentally friendly, easier to use and cheaper to install and run," said Thorsten Prsybyl, Section Manager Large Format Displays at NEC Display Solutions Europe.

"NEC Display Solutions remains on the forefront of this evolution and we are constantly looking for ways to make our displays better in every sense. This new range was developed freshly from the ground showing that display innovation has not come to a standstill. Our professional range of large format displays has been providing rock-solid performance in some of the most demanding environments, and now we are taking that to the next level."

One feature found in the new P Series is a human sensor, which can be both an energy saver and enabler of creativity. The sensor detects a presence in front of the display and can be used to engage power-saving modes if no-one is present, and can also be configured to change various settings – such as input, volume or brightness – when someone approaches.

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