Brands Line Up for ISE

This week, we’ve been bombarded with releases and announcements from brands in the build up to ISE. Rather than covering them all in full (some we have covered in recent weeks), we decided to cover them in our full report, after the event. However, we thought some of you might need a ‘heads up’ on some of the stories we’ve seen:

  • NEC will have its new 65″ and 84″ interactive ‘InfinityBoards’ that we saw at BETT, but shown in a business setting. The company will also have new 3 LCD projectors in its ME Series
  • Philips said that it will show a range of small monitors up to the 40″ curved monitor it showed at IFA, as well as LFDs.
  • Sharp will launch a new 90″, the PN-LE901 LFF as well as a 70″ video wall set up.
  • Digital Projection will have new Laser projectors.
  • Toshiba has plans for three new ranges – rated for 16/7 operation ( 32”, 43”, 49”, 55”, and 65”), 24/7 operation ( 43”, 49”, 55”, and 75”) and hospitality TVs from 24″ to 49″. The firm will also have new interactive displays.
  • Canon will have a new 4K projector as well as new Xeed models.
  • Matrox said that its C900 has been certified by Scala and that two can be used in a single PC to support a 6 x 3 or 3 x 6 video wall.
  • Dynascan will have new 55″ and 65″ displays with 800 cd/m² and 1,000 cd/m² as well as a new dual sided 55″ (1,000 cd/m² + 3,000 cd/m²)
  • Vivitek will have a whole range of new products including the interactive displays that we saw at BETT and two new ultra-short throw projectors.
  • The new SDVoE Alliance will look at the performance of its technology against codecs including H.264/AVC, MJPEG and VC-2 in a shoot out.
  • Peerless will have a new touch overlay for its 49″ and 55″ outdoor displays.
  • Iiyama will have its new 86″ touch display
  • Brightsign will have new players for integrating into displays.
  • There will be dozens of LED suppliers and Silicon Core will be showing a new Quick Connect LED system

We look forward to seeing you there!