AOC has brought its C2783FQ monitor, launched in Australia last year (Australia is First With AOC Monitor), to the USA. It costs $350.
The RP750, a large-format IR multitouch display from BenQ, was first shown at TCEA 2016 in February. The company is now preparing to sell the 75″ unit; it will be launched in Europe in May, for €5,100.
China’s Gloshine is now producing two new magnesium alloy LED cabinet products, which can be freely combined into a variety of shapes. They are also suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. The LS series products are 500 x 1,000mm and the LM series are 500 x 500mm. Pixel pitches are 4.81mm or 5.95mm.
The first units of Microsoft‘s Surface Hub are now being rolled out across Europe.
Philips has (finally) shared release details for its 27″ 5k display, the 275P4VYKEB. We first heard about this monitor in September last year (MMD Has Philips’ First 5k Monitor), and saw it at ISE (Philips Unifies Around Android). It has just been launched, and costs £935 ($1,345).
The TCL Roku UltraHD TVs that were shown at CES (Digital Experience Has Lots to See) are now available in the USA. TCL has shared pricing for all six models. The S-Series will expand to include the 55″ and 65″ US5800 ($600/$1,000). There will also be four models in the high-end P130 series, which adds a remote control with a headphone jack. These TVs will be available in 43″ ($500), 50″ ($600), 55″ ($700) and 65″ ($1,100) sizes.
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