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Maxhub Adds to Raptor LED Wall Display Series

LM220A18
Maxhub's LM220A18 integrated LED wall display (Image credit: Maxhub)

The What: Maxhub is introducing the LM220A18 integrated LED wall display, the largest member of the company's recently announced Raptor Series. The LM220A18 was designed with  simplified control and setting features, enabling meeting participants and presenters to interact more naturally.

The What Else: With its 3840 x 2160 screen resolution, the 220-inch diagonal LM220A18 delivers 4K visuals with greater color accuracy and depth. Featuring integrated video processing, support for PBP (Picture By Picture) functionality, which separates the screen in half (displaying output from two different source devices simultaneously on the left and right sides of the screen), along with PIP (Picture In Picture) capability, which separates the screen into two parts (one source on the main screen and the other in an inset window). The LM220A18 provides three HDMI inputs and one HDMI output for  signal management flexibility.

Another key attribute of the Maxhub LM220A18 is its 3-in-1 design. The control unit integrates a sending card, the Android OS card, and the video processor. The receiving unit incorporates the power supply, the receiving card, and the hub board, while the power unit includes the power supply, amplifier, and relay provisions. The result is plug-and-play installation with simplified maintenance.

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The Bottom Line: The LM220A18 was designed to facilitate quick collaboration. Its low latency, stable mirroring support, LAN screen sharing for up to four windows,  integrated Android 9.0 operating system, and built-in sharing features, this display is ideal for communication tasks. Android 9.0  provides enhanced BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) sharing of content, resulting in meeting flexibility. Further, the  LM220A18 offers upgraded Wi-Fi capability to 2.4G and 5G dual network duplex.

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