Vestel Eco Displays cut power consumption by 80% at ISE 2024

posted on Monday, 5th February 2024 by Steve May

ISE 2024  Pro AV  Digital signage 

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A new generation of reduced power consumption displays, and innovative zero-bonded interactive panels, were unveiled by Vestel Visual Solutions at ISE 2024.

Reducing the power of a typical 500-nits commercial display by up to 80 per cent, the launch of its Eco Display range marks a significant evolution of Vestel’s professional panel offerings and will feature across a number of UHD displays, launching into the UK market throughout 2024.

According to Senior Product Manager, Tim Matthews, reducing power consumption by 80-to-100 Watts depending on screen size, over a typical 500-nit display, can result in savings of up to £400 annually. “That’s substantial for venues with multiple displays and can make a significant contribution towards customers achieving their sustainability, carbon, and energy consumption targets,” he says.

In the digital education space, the company unveiled a series of new interactive screens, all featuring a Google Android 13 SoC core and zero-bonded screen construction.

Zero-bonding is said to dramatically improve touch-screen accuracy, while simultaneously reducing power consumption, and improving both visual quality and durability.

'In a zero-bonded display, the LCD panel layers, touch-sensitive layer, and protective glass, are bonded together without any air gaps...'


In a zero-bonded display, the LCD panel, touch-sensitive layer, and protective glass, are bonded together without any air gaps. The elimination of the air gap is said to significantly improve touch sensitivity and accuracy, by minimising parallax errors. Zero bonding also has the benefit of sealing out dust and other contaminants.

Visitors to the Vestel booth at the show were also presented with a comprehensive range of display solutions covering Pro AV, commercial and interactive education. Showstoppers included a 98-inch display and an UHD LED video wall, presented as a home cinema solution.
The company also confirmed that it would be adding low-haze screens, along with new hospitality displays and hotel TV specific models, later in 2024.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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