Last Updated on January 13, 2019
The Latest in Panasonic 4K LED Displays at NAB
Panasonic System Communications Company of North America announced today of their two new 4K LED displays at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show. The company is known to be the leader in delivering technology solutions for enterprise, government and SMB markets.
Because of the growth of interest in 4K content capture, production and distribution, Panasonic decided to engineer these 4K LED backlit LCD display sharp images in a streamlined form factor. In fact, the 98” TH-98LQ70 and 84” TH-84LQ70 4K displays are ideal for a range of 4K resolution B2B applications, such as broadcast production, rental and staging and digital signage (retail), among others. These displays, along with the company’s imaging-capture and workflow technologies, offer a solution for organizations with image-creation requirements.
The advancements deliver exceptional clarity, providing an amazing 4K (3,840 x 2,160) resolution, and are equipped with the Panasonic’s image-enhancement technology. The latest technology transforms non-4K sources to a much higher level on its picture quality, converting ordinary Full-HD resolution and a range of PC signals into stunning images
According to Art Rankin, Senior Director of Professional AV Technologies at Panasonic, they are receiving an increasing demand of inquiries from customers on their HD workflow and display solutions since the range covers a lot. He added that with the introduction of the LQ70 Series of 4K displays, they are giving unparalleled image quality in a unique form factor to guarantee reliability in usage by a plethora of organizations, businesses, and government agencies
– displays are equipped with a protective glass
– features a ruggedized aluminum frame
– built on durable Panasonic products, including plasma displays and Toughbook mobile computers as well as tablets
They can be installed vertically and horizontally to meet different installation needs. It is also equipped with similar screw holes as that of Panasonic’s large-format plasma displays for the purpose of lessening the user installation time and costs. In addition, they are built with SLOT3.0 architecture, which provides easy interface changes to match a range of applications. Shipment for 98” TH-98LQ70 and 84” TH-84LQ70 displays will begin in September this year.
More Information on the Latest Projectors and Displays
Displays and projectors shown at NAB are the latest multi-touch interactive LED display and 1-chip DLP lamp-free projector.
- TH-80LFB70U Interactive LED Display:
This display features high-speed, multi-touch capabilities to promote participation and collaboration in a particular scenario, including classrooms and boardrooms. This means users can write or scribble directly on the screen, and sync it with any Windows, Android or iOS device without wires. It is possible with the use of the Miracast functionality. Another good addition is the DIGITAL LINK which is fully HDBaseT-compatible, allowing users to take advantage of a simplified AV infrastructure. It will be available this month with an MSRP of $19,999; available in June is the 65-inch TH-65LFB70U and 50-inch TH-50LFB70U models.
- TH-47LFV5U Video Wall Display:
The product has a cooling fan that can be set to operate at high temperatures. It offers a high-definition resolution as well as a wide viewing angle. The latter is what actually makes it suitable for high-traffic areas, including retail stores, museums, and airports. It is also ideal for the surveillance market and broadcast studios. The TH-47LFV5U will be available this month with an MSRP of $5,199.
- PT-RZ670U Lamp-Free Projector:
Featuring 6,000 lumens of brightness, this projector is an ideal solution for large 24/7 signage applications that can be found in sports bars. One of its features includes geometric adjustment for projecting onto uniquely shaped screens. It can run without maintenance for up to 20,000 hours, which contributes much to the reduction of the reducing total cost of ownership and minimizing strain on staff. Finally, it has a wide selection of optional lenses, and includes a black or white cabinet option. You can find these from authorized Panasonic resellers in the Fall of 2014.
These are just some of the few. Expect more from Panasonic 4K Technologies this year!