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Sharp/NEC Upgrades P Series Displays

NEC P Series
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The What: Sharp NEC Display Solutions (SNDS) has upgraded its P Series large-format displays. The professional display lineup provides a wide color gamut panel, full metal chassis, and advanced feature set.

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The What Else: The upgraded P Series displays feature native UHD resolution (3840x2160) and NEC’s proprietary SpectraView Engine, a function that works cohesively with the new wide-color-gamut, 700 cd/m2 professional grade panel by allowing precise color and luminance accuracy, according to the company. Additionally, Multi Picture Mode functionality removes external processing needs and allows the display to carry that burden by giving the customer the ability to show multiple and separate simultaneous images at once. This could be an important feature for network operation centers or command and control hubs where many data inputs need to be scanned quickly.

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Available in 43-, 49- and 55-inch displays, the P Series increases on its previous modularity by offering the ability to fit customers’ needs through multiple integrated professional technologies. All new MultiSync P Series displays accept the Intel Smart Display Module Small or Large through a mechanical and electrical design for all-in-one interoperability in a small form-factor setting. This allows for implementation of Intel processor-based PCs and other peripheral devices without having to deal with the hassles of mounting external devices or running video or audio cabling.

The Bottom Line: The P Series expands on the earlier versions of this lineup by allowing for the optional implementation of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 directly into each display, which outperforms previous versions by offering gigabit network speeds and faster CPU processing as well as NEC MediaPlayer support.

The new displays are designed for professional applications in finance, healthcare, restaurant, retail, and transportation.