New 84-inch and 75-inch displays allow users to roll-out digital signage at the entry level

Panasonic has introduced new 84-inch and 75-inch digital signage displays designed to offer a cost effective solution for customers – from locations such as corporate and hotel boardrooms and meeting rooms, to schools and retail spaces.

Chris Maw, Product Marketing Manager, Panels and Projectors, Panasonic, explained:

“The focus when developing these panels was a combination of high-image quality, reliability, and self-contained functionality. This allows customers to select a large panel where an eye-catching display is needed, offering connectivity without complex integration and management.”

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The slim-bezel EF1 Series models are stylish IPS panel displays. Each features a built-in USB Media Player, eliminating the need for a set top box or other external devices and reducing cable connections in offline environments. Alternatively, media stored on USB memory devices inserted into networked displays can be updated simultaneously via PC, ideal for hard-to-reach signage installations.

Panasonic’s Multi Monitoring & Control Software distributes signage media to multiple displays over LAN, switches inputs, and commences/shuts down playback according to a set schedule. This software also offers basic and advanced control capabilities for networked displays – ideal for education, retail, and the office.

Connectivity is a highlight with 2 x HDMI, DVI-D, USB, PC/Component, and Video inputs joining LAN, RS-232C, and IR In/Out terminals. Together, a total of 59 PC-correspondent signal types are supported.

With efficient LED technology producing 350 cd/m2 of brightness at Full HD resolution, and Panasonic’s IPS panel affording wide visibility while maintaining off-axis color performance, the EF1 is an arresting and cost-effective solution for digital signage or for general use.