Links Week Ending 22nd July 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the end of this week. Samsung launches 2022 The Frame & The Serif …

Tags:Desktop Monitors| E Ink| Education| eMagin| eReaders| Financial Data| Game Playing| Germany| Interactive Displays| Laser Phosphor Projectors| OPS| Samsung| Smart TV| Streaming Video| TVs (TV Sets)| UST Projectors| ViewSonic

LG Launches New ‘CreateBoard’ Series Of Interactive Displays For Education Market

by Artem Alekseenko

Demonstrating its commitment to developing education-specific solutions that simplify operation and enhance flexibility to meet the needs of modern classrooms, education technology leader LG Business Solutions USA introduced its 2022 interactive displays, rebranded under …

Tags:Digital Whiteboards| Education| LG Displays (LGD)| OPS

What Bob Saw on the Net 04/06/2019

by Bob Raikes

Most days, our editor, Bob, spends some time looking around the net for news. Here are some articles and links that he thought worth sharing… (note that registration or subscriptions may be required!) A …

Tags:Asus| Automotive| Digital Signage| Game Playing| IDC| Market Data| OPS| sony| TVs (TV Sets)| Wearables

New 4K OPS Player Giada PC25

by Bob Raikes

Giada has a new OPS media playuer that uses a QuadCore Gemini Lake CPU with support for Intel graphics up to DCI 4K resolution up to 60Hz. Memory is supported up to 8GB and …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Media Players| OPS| UltraHD & 4K| Vol 25 - Issue 31

NEC Display Has New Processors for Signage

by Bob Raikes

NEC Display Solutions Europe announced the launch of its new digital signage devices for media playback and IT operations which are new Slot-in PCs based on NEC’s Open Modular intelligence (OMi), a platform that …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| NEC| OPS| PCs| Vol 25 - Issue 28

AOpen Module Supports Mini-OPS

by Bob Raikes

We reported from Infocomm that AOpen, part of the Wistron group, would be making modules for the Mini-OPS specification, which was developed by Sharp and Intel. Now AOpen has released a module that is …

Tags:Digital Signage| Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| OPS| sharp| Vol 24 - Issue 27

Sharp Boosts Platform Support

by Bob Raikes

Sharp started by talking to us about its ‘Open platform’ that is on its SoC-based displays. The platform now has support from 16 partners who have applications that can run on the platform. The …

Tags:Infocomm 2017| Interactive Displays| Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| OPS| sharp| Vol 24 - Issue 23

LG Makes A Move on Airports

by Bob Raikes

This was LG’s first attendance as an exhibitor at PTE and the company had an attractive booth, although it was not in a great position, in a second hall. However, in such a small …

Tags:Aviation| Large Display Monitor| LED| LFD - Large Format Display| LG Electronics (LGE)| OLEDs| OPS| Passenger Terminal Expo (PTE) 2017| Vol 24 - Issue 11

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Sometimes the News is the System, not the Display

by Bob Raikes

We managed to get the ISE report done this week for our LDM subscribers, while trying to get ready for our Mobile World Congress trip from Sunday. This is a busy time of year, …

Tags:CPUs| Editorial| Intel| Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| Mobile Display Monitor| OPS| Vol 24 - Issue 07

Impact of Foxconn Acquisiton Shows at Sharp

by Bob Raikes

Sharp’s new concentration on displays since the acquisition by Foxconn (most of the business in Europe is currently in printing) was obvious at ISE, where the company had a bigger presentation and with six …

Tags:ISE 2017| Large Display Monitor| LFD - Large Format Display| OPS| sharp| Vol 24 - Issue 06

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ISE 2017 Catch-Up

by Bob Raikes

As a friend has often said to me, covering major events is like ‘trying to drink from the fire hose’, so you never catch everything at the time. However, we like to cover as …

Tags:Intel| ISE 2017| Large Display Monitor| OPS| Samsung| Scala (now Stratacache)| Smart Digital Signage| Video Walls| Vol 24 - Issue 07

BenQ Releases X12000 UHD/HLD Projector & Prepares for ISE

by Bob Raikes

BenQ has announced its first UltraHD DLP home cinema projector and claimed to be the first with DCI-P3 support, as it uses the Philips ColorSpark HLD LED technology. The projector produces 2,200 Ansi lumens …

Tags:BenQ| DCI P3| Google| Home Cinema| ISE 2017| Large Display Monitor| LED Projectors| LFD - Large Format Display| OPS| Philips| UltraHD| Vol 24 - Issue 01