LG Electronics has unveiled its new 98-inch class 4K Ultra HD commercial-grade display at InfoComm MEA 2014, giving the region its first look at the advanced screen that offers an alternative to traditional tiled video walls.
Describing the technology as 'redefining large-screen digital signage' LG’s new 98-inch display (model 98LS95A) leads the company’s 2014 commercial-grade Ultra HD digital signage line-up, which delivers 3840 X 2160 resolution in a 16:9 aspect ratio, offering four times the resolution of Full HD displays.
Returning to InfoComm MEA for the third time, LG is displaying the massive screen at booth TA-C1 while showcasing its new focus on higher-resolution, higher-brightness, energy-efficient LED and Ultra HD technology.
Kevin Cha, Middle East and Africa President for LG Electronics, says: “Technology is evolving every day and LG has established itself as a market leader in digital signage through innovative implementations and easy customisation to meet various industry needs.
“The Middle East is fast becoming a technologically advanced region and with Dubai aiming to become the world’s first Smart City, our advanced technology couldn’t have come at a better time to support in its visions.”
Discussing how the company aims to improve the overall customer experience, he adds: “Our display solutions are giving businesses new ways to communicate with their audience and as the digital world rapidly evolves, it is important that hardware optimises the user experience and enhances those platforms.”
Other products featured at the LG Electronics stand this year include a line-up of Ultra HD signage displays, digital signage video walls 3.5mm bezel-to-bezel, SuperSign TV Outdoor 2,000 nit and an 84” smart multi-touch experience.
Demos of LG's WebOS platform are also taking place all week, highlighting how companies can develop their own software on LG’s platform, and include the company's range of slim design signage solutions with displays featuring the narrowest bezel-to-bezel at 3.5mm.