Vestel Visual Solutions’ new Q Series Features four new 24/7 models – the 65” QN65, 55” QN55 and QP55, and 49” QP49.
You can expect to find excellent picture quality delivered through UHD resolution and HDR 10 on the QN65 and QN55, and FHD resolution on the QP49 and QP55. A 500 NIT brightness level on the QN65 and QN55, and 700 NIT on the QP49 and QP55, also provide high brightness for displays of this size suitable for areas of high ambient lighting – such as retail spaces, schools, or corporate environments.
The series offers panel lifetime of more than 50,000 hours, as well as a durable yet slim-line ELED design with narrow bezels to provide a premium look and feel. They can be arranged in portrait or landscape orientation, with the option of three different display sizes.
Connectivity and CMS options simplify operations for the end user. Android OS brings with it access to a multitude of third party applications and software. Equally, built-in browser connectivity allows for quick and easy connection to the internet. Other connectivity options include 3 x HDMI ports, an OPS slot, external control, and a USB media player.
A maximum bezel width of just 12.1mm allows for the Q Series to be tiled to create a cost-effective and dynamic videowall. Dedicated built-in videowall software allows users to easily expand content across multiple screens to maximise its effectiveness.
“We believe that the Q Series addresses a real gap in the market for high brightness, E-LED displays of this size, at an affordable price-point. With a slim and stylish design and ultra-crisp high resolution display, the QN65, QN55, QP55 and QP49 are built to captivate audiences with vibrant content throughout the day,” said David Flintoft, Sales & Marketing Director, Vestel. “With the arrival of the Q Series, we now have our most comprehensive range of B2B displays ever. We’re excited to bring further models to market in the coming months as we continue to innovate in order to meet the needs of our UK customers.”
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