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Vestel Closes Video Wall Gap

by Tom Allen

Vestel had a new line of video wall displays called the VDW Series. These can be operated in portrait or landscape and are available in 47″ and 55″ sizes – both with 1920 x …

Tags:Hospitality Displays| ISE 2016| Large Display Monitor| Mirror Displays| Vestel| Video Walls| Vol 23 - Issue 06

AccorHotels Takes Samsung Screens

by Tom Allen

Samsung has entered into an agreement with AccorHotels Group, whereby it will roll out its Smart Hospitality Display products to properties across 92 countries. AccorHotels owns brands such as Novotel and Ibis. Samsung’s UltraHD …

Tags:Hospitality Displays| Large Display Monitor| Samsung| Vol 22 - Issue 46

Sony Brings Wireless and Android to Professional Screens

by Tom Allen

In a large rollout, Sony has introduced 10 new displays to its line of Bravia Professional models: five UltraHD and five Full HD. As a B2B market first, says the company, each display supports …

Tags:Hospitality Displays| Large Display Monitor| LCD displays| LFD - Large Format Display| Smart Digital Signage| sony| Vol 22 - Issue 24

Philips Brings AmbiLight to Public Displays & Adds a CMS

by Bob Raikes

Philips held a press tour on the first day of the show and we went around the booth. Chris Sluys of MMD, which markets the Philips brand LFDs and monitors in Europe, started by …

Tags:DOOH| Hospitality Displays| Hospitality TVs| ISE 2015| Large Display Monitor| LED| Medical| MMD (AOC Philips)| Philips| Vol 22 - Issue 08

Planar Constructs Tallest Mosaic Wall

by Raverstead

Planar Systems and Brightsign have collaborated to produce the world’s tallest Planar Mosaic architectural videowall. Installed in a new hotel in Miami, Florida, the four-storey wall is located in the lobby but visible from …

Tags:Back Panel| Brightsign| Hospitality Displays| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Planar| Video Walls| Vol 21 - Issue 47

Intercity Guides Travellers From the Hotel Lobby

by Super User

The Intercity hotel chain is rolling out a ‘virtual concierge’ to its locations in German-speaking European countries. Installed by MIB GmbH, the first concierge was an 82″ display (1920 x 1080) at Intercity Berlin. …

Tags:Digital Signage| Germany| Hospitality Displays| Large Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 42| Volume 21

Too Tipsy to Stand? No Problem at Wales’ iPub

by Super User

The Wesbourne pub in South Wales is using iPads to cut queue times – by letting drinkers serve themselves. The tablets are fixed to tables and linked to self-service taps, which can be operated …

Tags:Back Panel| Hospitality Displays| iPad| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 42| Volume 21