Jan. 3, 2013
Digital signage display technology provider ViewSonic Corp. says the digital signage industry has been a buzz about 4K Ultra HD technology, and next week at CES 2013 the company will preview not just one but two 4K Ultra HD solutions — a 32-inch 4K desktop display and an 84-inch 4K interactive digital sign.
Jeff Volpe, president, ViewSonic Americas, said his company "will continue to closely monitor the Ultra HD market," and that ViewSonic is "in position to productize quickly once conditions warrant the shipment of solutions that hold true to our value proposition."
On the commercial large format side, ViewSonic is previewing an 84-inch, two-point touch 4K Ultra HD digital sign on the CES show floor (South Hall #35807) in Las Vegas. The interactive digital signage display extends the possibilities of 4K Ultra HD beyond the cinema environment toward commercial applications such as mapping, GIS, the military and satellite imagery, and other business uses benefiting from the transmission of top-quality video, according to ViewSonic. The company predicts that large format 4K Ultra HD displays will start to be adopted in commercial markets in 2013.
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