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Panasonic Deliver New Ultra-Thin Video Walls

Panasonic has released their thinnest ever bezel video wall along with two new digital signage displays.

Panasonic’s new 55-inch ultra-thin video wall delivers impressive visual impact from digital signage environments to the control room and boasts a bezel-to-bezel width of just 1.8mm.

Meanwhile, their new 84-inch and 75-inch digital signage displays are designed to offer a cost effective solution for customers planning to use them in locations such as corporate and hotel boardrooms, meeting rooms, schools and retail spaces.Chris Maw, Product Marketing Manager, Panels and Projectors, Panasonic, spoke about the premium Full HD displays.According to Maw, “the focus when developing these panels was a combination of high-image quality, reliability, and self-contained functionality. This allows customers to select a large panel where an eye-catching display is needed, offering connectivity without complex integration and management.”
The slim-bezel EF1 Series models feature stylish IPS panel displays with a built-in USB Media Player, eliminating the need for a set top box or other external devices. Alternatively, media stored on USB memory devices inserted into networked displays can be updated simultaneously via PC, ideal for hard-to-reach signage installations.
“With our thinnest-ever bezel, customers can create massive video walls that can be tiled in any vertical and horizontal layout configuration,” he says.

The 84-inch panel display will be available from November at an RRP of $13,199 while the 75-inch panel will cost $7,399.

Meanwhile, the TH-55VF1H video wall will be available in December 2016 from specialist Panasonic display panel distributors and resellers for an RRP of $10,999.

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