Thursday, January 10, 2008

Samsung debuts 70-inch display for digital signage at CES

LAS VEGAS – Samsung Electronics America, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Corp., introduced its newest MagicNet Pro-enabled LCD display for digital signage, the SyncMaster 700DXn, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The SyncMaster 700DXn large-format display is designed for digital signage applications in airports, retail locations and other indoor venues.

The panel allows for a high brightness level that was specially designed for high ambient light conditions. It is equipped with fans as well as an added heat dissipation panel, helping decrease internal temperature allowing for longer hours of operation than other models, more than 20 hours per day.

Leveraging Samsung's proprietary MagicNet Pro software, the SyncMaster 700DXn large-format display enables users to control content across several displays using a single computer, eliminating the need for a dedicated PC for each display. With MagicNet Pro, content creation and distribution is simple for all network operators — users can simply drag-and-drop existing content files, requiring minimal supervision and training.

Featuring a 5000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, ultra-high brightness levels and 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution, Samsung said the 700DXn display is equipped to deliver clear, precise imagery in even the brightest of environments. The large format display also incorporates a 178/178-degree viewing angle achieved via Samsung’s proprietary Super Patterned Vertical Alignment.

The SyncMaster 700DXn will be available in February for an MSRP of $29,989.99 through Samsung resellers and distribution channels.

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