Sharp expands smart signage solution

Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America, a division of Sharp Electronics Corp, has expanded its smart signage line with the 40-inch PN-M401 and 50-inch PN-M501 professional LCD monitors. These displays offer a variety of installation options including face up, face down, landscape, portrait and at an angle up to 90-degrees, according to a press release.

Each display comes with a system-on-a-chip controller powered by the Arm Cortex-A17 quad core processor with two GB of memory and eight GB of storage. They also use the Sharp Open Architecture Platform for digital signage to allow customers to more easily download, store and play content. Other features include:

  • Expansion slot compatible with Mini OPS
  • Optional wireless adaptor PN-ZW01
  • Users can port Android-based apps

"The PN-M401 and PN-M501 feature excellent image quality and are designed for flexibility in a variety of settings," said Gary Bailer, director of product planning and marketing, Pro AV Products, Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America. "By creating monitors that are 50 percent brighter than the PN-B series, the displays allow for 24/7 usage rather than 16/7."

Topics: Display Technology, Hardware

Companies: Sharp Electronics

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