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ViewSonic Debuts New Smart, Interactive Display Solutions

InfoComm # C-7118 ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, presents its innovative visual display technologies and solutions at InfoComm 2014, booth C-7118 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, June 18-20, 2014. From an 84-inch 4K interactive way-finding display to versatile digital ePosters and LED digital projectors, ViewSonic delivers the widest range of solution-driven products for the professional AV industry.

“ViewSonic continues to grow its visual display product line, offering the best solutions for professionals in the AV industry who demand innovations without sacrificing dependability,” said Al Giazzon, vice president of marketing at ViewSonic Americas. “We’re committed to providing next-generation large format interactive technology with the performance and connectivity features that support the needs of the most complex installations.”

New Product Highlights:

  • CDE8451-TL: The ViewSonic® CDE8451-TL is an 84-inch, 4K Ultra-HD, interactive multi-touch display, featuring a variety of connectivity features including built-in Android™ compatibility. Other connectivity options include multiple HDMI and USB ports, as well as RGB input and output and RS232 for remote display and device manageability. The CDE8451-TL’s touch capability features a six-point touch-enabled surface that allows up to six users to simultaneously write, draw or annotate with fingers or stylus devices, making it the ideal display tool for corporate, government, science and medical sectors. Fit with an ARM dual-core processor, 8GB storage and an Android™ 4.2 operating system, this commercial display provides a smooth and fast computing solution with responsive touch capabilities regardless of running applications. The combined interactive performance and ultra-high resolution makes the ViewSonic® CDE8451-TL the ultimate large-screen display solution. The CDE8451-TL 84-inch interactive display is available now for an MSRP of $18,999.99(USD).
  • CDE7051-TL: With Full HD 1920x1080 resolution and a screen size of 70-inches, the CDE7051-TL multi-touch display delivers collaborative multi-user functionality while delivering extreme image clarity and application versatility. Designed with a tempered glass overlay, anti-glare treatment and rounded bezel corners, the CDE7051-TL is ideal for heavy-use environments such as smart classrooms, corporate boardrooms, and hospitality way-finding applications. The CDE7051-TL comes with a number of I/O ports, including HDMI, USB, RGB and an internal PC slot for accommodating an (optional) Windows® 8 PC module for creating a clean all-in-one display solution. Remote display control is provided through its RS232 control port. The CDE7051-TL is available now for an MSRP of $7,299.00(US).
  • PLED-W: ViewSonic will preview its new ultra-portable PLED-W600 and PLED-W800 digital projectors. These ultra-portable projectors utilize the latest in solid state LED technology for more than 20,000 hours of operation time, and include a built-in MHL (Mobile High Definition)-enabled HDMI port for optional wireless capabilities. The PLED-W600 and PLED-W800 have 2X digital zoom and automatically adjusts video source content to match 4:3, 16:9 or 16:10 for the perfect picture. The PLED-W600 weighs 1.7 pounds and has a brightness of up to 600 lumens, while the PLED-W800 has a brightness of up to 800 lumens and weighs 1.8 pounds. Both LED projectors feature 720p native HD, WXGA resolution and a contrast of 3500:1 for crisp image quality. ViewSonic’s PLED-W600 will be available at a MSRP of $729.00(USD) and the PLED-W800 will be available at a MSRP of $949.00(USD) and both will be available in Q3.

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About ViewSonic

Founded in California in 1987, ViewSonic is a world leader and pioneer in desktop display technology. As an innovator and visionary, ViewSonic keeps the world connected with a diverse portfolio of display solutions, including smart displays, projectors, desktop displays, digital signage and touch devices. Continuing our heritage as a desktop technology leader, ViewSonic delivers the latest desktop virtualization and cloud computing products that change the way we compute, communicate and connect. To find out more about our products, visit ViewSonic.com.

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