BenQ America announced its Digital Signage Expo (DSE) plans and they include the debut of interactive 4K panels, ultra-thin dual-sided screens, bar-type displays, and more.
At DSE 2015, BenQ will be unveiling its 79-inch RP790 interactive panel for the very first time. Featuring 10-touch points, the interactive display allows presentation participants, enterprise collaborators and teachers to interact with 4K UHD content. The panel comes equipped with Eye Care AG (anti-glare) glass to counter light reflection, as well as low blue light technology and flicker-free viewing to reduce eye fatigue. BenQ will also announce the new 55-inch ST550K at the show, which is planned for release later in the year. Featuring 4K resolution, the new panel will allow users to broadcast dynamic content easily using tools such as a powerful built-in multimedia player, USB plug-and-play function, and Multiple Display Administrator (MDA), which allows administrators and IT managers to simplify panel operations and maintenance by easily adjusting content scheduling, on/off powering, and remote monitoring and control.
BenQ’s new DH551F and DH551C ultra-thin dual-sided displays bring full HD content to high-traffic public areas. Featuring 700 nits of high brightness, only 25 mm of thickness, and support for both portrait and landscape modes, the screens offer flexible setup options directly on walls, ceilings, or moveable stands. Designed to broadcast continuous content for up to 50,000 hours, the 55-inch displays provide reliable content delivery via amazingly long life cycles that create more cost-effective campaigns. To enhance flexibility even further, BenQ is introducing new wire-type ceiling mounts to hang the dual-sided screens directly from midair, wall mounts to show content in portrait and landscape modes above passing viewers, and a new stand mount that lets users roll the dual-sided screens to the desired viewing area.
BenQ’s 28-inch BH280 and 38-inch BH380 bar-type displays feature a sleek and slim design to deliver content in any setting, including buses and subway cars, restaurants, government offices, post office counters, banks, convenience stores, or exhibition spaces. Featuring 178/178-degree viewing angles and an ultra-bright 700 nits (BH280) or 800 nits (BH380), the 16:3 and 32:9 format ultra-wide displays combine a Smart Light function that allows viewing in any ambient lighting environments with an amazing average life of 50,000 hours — creating signage solutions that lower total cost of ownership (TCO) via long-lasting brightness and performance. To provide full connectivity, the panels accept DVI and VGA inputs and are both VESA mountable — ensuring simple integration within any existing system for seamless content delivery, an incredibly simple installation process, and reliable performance for any of today’s portrait or landscape preferences.
BenQ will also debut a transparent display series. The TL Series allow consumers to observe both on-screen advertisements and actual products encased inside the transparent boxes — creating a display breakthrough for retail showcase windows, museum exhibitions, and other environments. Available in 32-, 50-, and 65-inch models, the displays can also be custom-built to fit any product placement requirement. Equipped with multiple inputs including USB ports and SD card input (TL320C) for easy media and system integration, the panels provide audio through two built-in 2W speakers for a full-on interactive experience that truly captures the attention of passersby.