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BenQ Says 3 New ‘Public Information Display’ Lines Shipping in July

The P Series, Interactive Touch IL Series and Mainstream SL Series are latest display systems

BenQ America Corp., a provider of projectors and display systems, says three new lines in its commercial-grade “public information display” solutions will ship in July.
Designed to provide immersive visual experiences via higher brightness, more elegant design and cost-saving technology, the PID solutions’ three new lines provide such features as narrow “bezel” panels; interactive touch screens; and mainstream signage for high-traffic areas, BenQ says.
BenQ’s new “P Series” of “super narrow bezel displays” are designed to ensure that content remains the most prominent feature of any sizable signage installation by achieving a 5.6 mm gap (3.5 mm top and left; 2.1 mm bottom and right) between screens for up to 10 x 10 video wall displays, the company says.
The result is a near “seamless viewing experience” for the audience by making bezels practically invisible from a distance, BenQ says.
In addition, BenQ’s “Interactive Touch IL Series” is designed for placement in public venues, which requires it to have a longer service life, higher dependability and environmental considerations, the company says.
The IL Series also features full-HD resolution, a 4000:1 contrast ratio, and latency-free response times, resulting in “smooth, rich images” with no visible color banding, BenQ says.
BenQ’s “Mainstream SL Series” provides a dust-proof display that is designed for around-the-clock operations and offers an average life of about 50,000 hours, enough for several years of non-stop display service, BenQ says.
To facilitate the installation and calibration process, the SL Series also features both digital and analog daisy-chain capabilities, an “open pluggable specification” for networking with other equipment and PIP/PbP to display content from two different video sources independently, BenQ says.
With additional features like ambient light sensors and the new “multiple display administrator” application, users obtain the brightest possible image, colorific picture quality and intuitive management tools that reach today’s essential energy-efficiency objectives, says Kristin Kennedy, BenQ’s associate vice president, U.S. sales. The results are smarter, signage installations providing more impact across all applications, she says.
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