Optoma introduces large format, fine pitch 4K display solutions, plus new digital signage LED screen trio

posted on Friday, 29th June 2018 by Steve May

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Optoma has introduced a large format, 1.5mm narrow pixel pitch ‘out-of-the-box’ indoor display solution. Available in 4K UHD or Full HD resolutions, integrators have a choice of the UHD156338 (271-inch diagonal) and FHD153169 (136-inch diagonal).

The brand has also expanded its digital signage portfolio with the addition of three new LED display panels, the THD1560, THD3125 and THD3910, with a respective pixel pitch of 1.5mm, 3.1mm and 3.9mm. The panels can be configured to create a custom size LED display.

The roll-out follows Optoma’s announcement of a range of high brightness LED screens at ISE 2018, including 4K UHD, Full HD and custom LED displays, and scaler-switchers. The brand’s LED scaler-switchers feature HQUltra 4K image processing, promising best in class picture quality and low latency video processing. Inputs can be switched seamlessly in as little as 0.25 seconds.

This line of ultra-thin LED displays can be employed in retail, corporate, higher education and leisure and hospitality environments. The LED displays boast an ultra-thin 56mm panel depth.

They are designed, supplied and supported as a single solution, and include everything from cables to preconfigured processors. The displays can be mounted directly onto a suitable wall without a mounting frame, which combined with front access gives fast, low-cost installation and easy maintenance.

“Since ISE 2018, Optoma’s focus has been on the new LED display business,” says Thierry Millet, Managing Director of Optoma EMEA. “The expansion is a great opportunity to bring together Optoma’s strengths and resources in European-wide technical support, customer service and repair, and local stock so we can continue to build world-leading visual display solutions that customers can rely on.”

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and Ideal Home (amongst others).

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