A new vinyl-wrap service was being demonstrated for Peerless-AV’s kiosks. Companies can use this to extend their branding to the stand, as well as the display itself. The service can be applied to any unit, although is more difficult on curved kiosks. It has been very popular, we heard.
Peerless is now offering IP68-rated display kiosks. These are available in 42″, 47″ and 55″ sizes, with an optically-bonded open-frame monitor from LG. Although some customers have requested it, Peerless has said that larger or brighter screens cannot be used in this set-up, as – even with LED backlights – the heat generated would be too much to maintain IP68 protection.
The slim DS-VW755S wall mount, which was introduced at Infocomm (Display Monitor Vol 21 No 22), was also on show. Videowall systems using the mount comply with the USA’s Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The legislation states that protuding objects must be no more than 4″ (10cm) from a wall. It can be adjusted at eight points without tools and features a quick-release function. Negative tilt is also supported for ease of cabling.