Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Big LCDs Shine In Digital Signage, Retail in-store television displays

From CRN:

"Using a big-screen display in a conference room or digital signage solution once required a projector and a pull-down screen. Today, however, there are numerous flat-panel displays from which to choose. Many of these units are huge in size and can mount on a wall. Plasma displays are not recommended for digital signage or related situations where the screen image doesn't change much over time because they experience screen burn; but LCD displays don't suffer from the same malady.

"NEC's new 46-inch LCD display is one of the largest on the market. It costs more than a similar plasma unit but is better suited for digital signage applications. Samsung's new multipurpose 24-inch widescreen display offers solution providers the opportunity to configure custom computing solutions, conference room displays, digital signage, home and commercial entertainment systems and more."

You can read the full article here.

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