NEC Australia, a leading Australian IT solutions and services firm, will be opening Integrate Expo 2018 with the launch of seven new Ultra-High Definition (UHD) Large Format Displays specially designed to enhance retail, corporate and educational environments.
NECA’s future-proof signal connectivity and processing priority has ensured the innovative displays are packed with relevant features including numerous native UHD resolution inputs with 60Hz refresh rate, HDMI and an option slot of OPS Slot-in PCs, plus automatic upscaling to UHD for other signals.
Advanced settings allow for unmatched viewing and precise natural images with full control of brightness, colour, gamma and uniformity, helping to provide pixel-free viewing on a massive scale for any environment.
Stuart Wyse, Display Channel Manager NECA explains, “the robust industrial components and elegant design allows for an unobtrusive integration into any retail, business, hospitality, education or conference environment. This intuitive design also allows for smart and easy installation, operation and on-going maintenance.”
“We will be putting the displays to the test at this years’ Integrate Expo, however we know anyone who visits our stand will be blown away by the visual spectacular that awaits. The potential these screens have for creating endless impressions for digital signage and presentations is huge and we are very excited to debut them.”
NECA will be at the 2018 Integrate Expo between 22-24 August at the International Convention Centre, Sydney. Visitors can go to stand G40 to discuss a complete portfolio of ICT solutions and services for small business, large enterprise and government organisations alike. Further Information:
Commercial Series: (C751Q, C861Q, C981Q) This range of Ultra High Definition (UHD) displays offers stunning visibility for presentations and digital signage. Helping to enhance conference performance with professional haze levels reducing distracting reflections and brightness up to 350 cd/m², the NECA Commercial Series is available in 75”, 86” and 98”.
Value Series: (V754Q, V864Q, V984Q) For compelling visualisation, this range of Ultra High Definition displays couple the best UHD viewing experience with worry free operation, at the lowest operational investment. The stunning pixel free ergonomic viewing is smartly merged with reliable colour reproduction for the most realistic and thrilling images. The NECA Value Series is available in 75”, 86” and 98”.
Professional Series:(P754Q) Eye pleasing reliability under common light conditions is guaranteed thanks to the combination of a brightness output of 650 cd/m² with low reflection from the anti-glare surface. The modern slim design that is available as a 75” UHD panel is the perfect fit to complement the surrounding architecture as well as for integration into any application or environment.
For specific Specs and product information, see below or visit: https://au.nec.com/en_AU/products/display-monitors/index.html
If you are interested in seeing the displays first hand, please register for a stand tour at Integrate 2018 here: http://ems.gs/3nvI0dmbSvK
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