LDM Product Roundup – Vol 23 No 15

Crystal Display Systems‘ Lucid Vue transparent OLED display is now in stock. The 55″ display has 45% transmittance, 1920 x 1080 resolution and uses poly-Si TFTs.

Peerless AV has developed a new range of trolleys and wall mounts for the 55″ and 84″ versions of the Microsoft Surface Hub. The MIS988 (55″) and SR598-HUB (84″) are UL rated up to 136kg and offers vertical adjustments and locking wheels. The MIS987 (55″) and SF680-HUB (84″) wall mounts enable vertical and horizontal adjustments.

Skyworth has revealed prices for its OLED TVs this year. They are the S9300 and S9-I, both of which were seen at CES 2016 (CES 2016 Roundup) and appear to be the same TV – the only difference being HDR support in the latter model. Skyworth will sell the TVs in China only, for now. The 55″ S9300 will cost CNY12,450 ($1,920) and the 65″ will cost CNY21,600 ($3,335). The 55″ S9-I will cost CNY14,110 ($2,180) and the 65″ will cost CNY24,900 ($3,845).

SmallHD has shown three new daylight-viewable production monitors supporting HDR at NAB 2016. The monitors, in 17″, 24″ and 32″ sizes, are designed to drop straight onto a C-stand, table or cart. The built-in ‘RapidRail’ system enables fast mounting and powering of third-party accessories. Each monitor features up to 1,500 cd/m² of brightness; HDR preview capability; multi-view mode with ColorFlow; 10-bit colour processing; waveform; and scopes. They will be available soon, costing $4,000, $5,500 and $8,000, respectively.

Tobii Dynavox a Tobii subsidiary producing eye-controlled computers and screens, is upgrading its main product lines with new tracking devices, based on Tobii’s IS4 platform (Tobii Presents First Integrated Eye Tracking). The first product to market will be the eye-tracking computer peripheral PCEye Mini, which replaces the PCEye Go.

All prices are ex VAT, where applicable.