Draper Announces 21:9 Screen Options
The introduction of Front Row in Microsoft Teams Rooms (TMR) is “bringing new life to the 21:9 screen format.” This layout features the video gallery displayed horizontally below the main content, allowing for a more natural eye-level experience for attendees. While it can work with 16:9 monitors, 21:9 gives users the “full Front Row experience.”
To meet the growing demand, Draper has announced several new standard screen sizes with a 21:9 aspect ratio. They are available on Acumen V, Acumen V XL, Access V, Access XL V, Ultimate Access V, Ultimate Access XL V, Premier, and Premier XL electric screens. They have also been added to the Profile Plus framed screen.
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