Philips X-Line Videowall Range Arrives In North America

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ORLANDO — PPDS, the exclusive global provider of Philips digital signage, LED, and pro TV
products, software, and innovations, revealed at the recent InfoComm 21 conference that the Philips X-Line UHD videowall series in now available to customers across the U.S. and Canada.


The 49” and 55” Philips X-Line videowall range has been designed for continuous use in an indoor environment, automatically adjusting to changing lighting conditions, whether in natural indoor lighting or the full strength of natural sunlight.

With Direct LED Backlight technology and running on the latest software, Philips X-Line’s high-resolution setup and Pure Colour Pro technology for superior depths of black and high-brightness color levels, “ensures even the most detailed or complex content can be viewed with the crispest clarity, while its innovative Smart Insert technology and dedicated handles make installation and maintenance effortless,” PPDS says.

It continues, “With PPDS’ FailOver technology, displays will always remain active, switching automatically between primary and secondary inputs, ensuring that content keeps playing even if the primary source goes down.”

Bruce Wyrwitzke, Director of Digital Signage at PPDS, said, “There are a vast number of different videowall options available in North America today, so it was important for PPDS to offer a solution that didn’t simply follow what’s already there. Our teams have dug deep into researching and understanding the historic pains and frustrations experienced in specific environments, where portraying the right image and displaying content clearly is vital. The Philips X-Line range addresses those issues and provides the tools to help companies present themselves in the very best light and ensure they always stand out, whether that’s in a retail store, a corporate office, studio or somewhere else.”

X-Line videowalls offer a seamless visual performance, with a 3.5mm bezel providing a near seamless connectivity between panels, and the FHD (1920x1080p) resolution, offering native UHD on a 2×2 videowall, to command attention, with dazzling clarity and 500cd/m2 brightness.

 

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