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SHARP Expand 4K Smart Display Range

SHARP has expanded its smart signage series with the release of three new ranges of 4K information display panels.

Coming in a range of sizes, the SHARP PN-HW, PN-HB and PN-HM series offers true 4K Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160) resolution, which is four times the resolution of 1080p Full HD.

On top of the 4K Ultra HD resolution, the PN-HB series comes with a brightness of 350 nits and a brightness of 450 nits, while the PN-HM series has a brightness of 450 nits, which provides a high-visual impact, even with brightly lit area.

The three ranges of professional displays are specifically designed for continuous use over long periods.

Both the PN-HW and PN-HB displays can operate 16/7, which is ideal for promoting products and services or communicating information in shipping centres, hotel foyers, customer service desks or large corporate offices.

The PN-HM series offers 24/7 operation, which is perfect for transportation hubs or service station restaurants that need to provide information to customers all day.

The built-in USB media player provides an easy way to display slideshows of 4K Ultra HD photos or play Full HD videos and music – without any extra hardware or cabling.

You can also control the monitor from a single PC or laptop by connecting your computer to the display via its integrated L:AN or RS-232C interfaces.

The integrated media player of the PN-HB and PN-HM series allows easy playback of .jpeg, .png, .mp4, .wmv, .ts and .mp3 files when a USB or SD card is inserted in the display, without the need for a PC or associated cable runs.

The new range of 4K information display panels is now available at selected retailers or on the SHARP website.

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