LDM Product Roundup – Vol 22 No 24

IEE has reorganised its LCD display product line into three new segments, to address the needs of multiple vertical markets. Displays are supplied in a variety of sizes, resolutions and brightness levels; customers can then add or modify features such as touch screens and optical bonding. The OEM Select (8″ – 19″) series are rugged displays for factory floor environments; the EnviroShield (15″ and 19″) line meets NEMA 4X or IP66 compliance; and the OptiBright (3.7″ – 15″) series focuses on brightness and clarity.

The XWALL140 curved, interactive 3D video wall, shown by Kiosk Solutions GmbH at ISE 2015, is now on sale. The wall is a modular product that can extend to 2.5m high and 3.1m long, with each 140″ section boasting UltraHD resolution, via rear projection. A touch foil enables 20 touch points per section.

A 27″ UltraHD monitor, the 27UM67, briefly appeared on LG Australia’s website last month (27″ High-Res LG Monitor Makes Quiet Appearance). The monitor has now been officially revealed, as the 27MU67. The unit uses an IPS panel with 5ms response time, can reproduce 99% sRGB and has 300 cd/m² of brightness. HDMI (supporting UltraHD at 60fps) and DisplayPort inputs are supported, as is AMD’s Freesync. The monitor will go on sale worldwide this month, for $615.

Tobii and MSI showed off a concept notebook, with eye tracking, at Computex 2015 (Tobii, MSI Partner to Develop Eye-Tracking Games). The companies have signed an MOU, and MSI’s upcoming GT72 gaming notebook will feature the technology.

Vestel has adopted the Android TV OS for its UltraHD TVs and set-top boxes.