PPDS Debuts S-Line of Displays With Ultra-Wide 32:9 Aspect Ratio

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PPDS (aka: Philips professional displays) just debuted the S-Line of displays — a series of stretched digital signage displays.

First teased on the Philips stand during ISE 2022 and available now for order in North America, the brand new 37” Philips S-Line series (37BDL3050S) adds a new dimension to PPDS’ digital signage and dvLED portfolio, with this latest evolution featuring an ultra-wide 32:9 aspect ratio (928.5 x 282.3 x 48.7 mm).

Built for 24/7 operation and equipped with 700cd/m² high-brightness (1920×540), Philips says the S-Line is aimed at public venues, transportation, restaurants and retail. Complimenting PPDS’ existing digital signage range, the S-Line’s stretched design and narrow bezel frame (12.4mm T/B, 10.5mm R/L) opens a multitude of opportunities, with customers able to be deliver content in spaces where traditional digital signage may not be suitable due to size constraints.

Portrait or landscape mountable, Philips S-Line weighs  7.76 kg (17-pounds), the displays can also be mounted in a broader range of spaces, including on temporary walls, such as those used on kiosks and in concessions and pop-ups within shopping malls.

Built with flexibility in mind, and to remove current marketplace limitations, Philips S-Line displays can be installed as a standalone solution or seamlessly daisy chained using PPDS’ versatile HMDI linking technology, as part of a multidisplay setup for more creative yet compact designs. For tiled setups, simply connect two or more displays using a single external player.

Running on Android 8, Philips S-Line allows users to install their desired apps directly into the display. And featuring an integrated media player, content can be created and scheduled via a USB and internal memory, helping to ensure displays remain active at all times, even in the event of a network outage. Philips S-Line displays wake from standby to play the content you want, and then return to standby once playback is done.

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